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Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center

 

VA Southeast Network Director Visits Charleston

VA Southeast Network Director Charles E. Sepich hosts Town Hall

Sepich charged all VA employees to remain focused on VA's I-Care Core Values: Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect and Excellence.

By Laura Valentine, Public Affairs Specialist
Friday, August 15, 2014

Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center employees met face-to-face with the Department of Veterans Affairs Southeast Network Director, Charles Sepich, FACHE, August 13 at the VAMC.  Sepich discussed the issues VA medical centers are facing across the country, focusing mostly on our region and offered words of encouragement and praise on continuing to provide the best care anywhere.

“We all have an obligation to treat our Veterans, as well as each other, with the utmost respect and never forget our I-Care Core Values, especially Integrity,” Sepich said. VA’s Core Values are: Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect and Excellence.

Sepich charged all VA employees to take responsibility for their work centers, stand up for what is right without fear of reprisal and never forget our mission: 

“The mission of the Ralph H. Johnson Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center is to improve the health of the Veteran population by providing primary, specialty, and extended care and related social support services through an integrated healthcare delivery system.”

The VA Southeast Network includes South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, each offering a plethora of Veteran healthcare programs including primary and specialty care services, women’s health, mental health, suicide prevention, military sexual trauma (MST) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) treatments, plus home-based primary care (HBPC) for qualifying Veterans living in rural areas.

For more information about our medical center’s mission, vision and core values, click here.

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