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On Feb. 1, 2021 the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center opened a portion of its new North Charleston VA Outpatient Clinic, located at 6450 Rivers Ave., to serve as a temporary COVID-19 vaccination clinic for Veterans.
Out of more than 400 entries, Charleston VAMC was selected as one of the winners of the 2020 Veterans Health Administration Shark Tank Competition for their Voluntary Service Curbside Delivery Program.
Charleston VAMC recently achieved the Primary Stroke Center Designation from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control and is currently the only VA in the state with that designation.
Ralph H. Johnson VAMC Director Scott Isaacks shares a message about the importance of receiving your flu shot this year. A season of both influenza and COVID-19 could have a serious impact on our Veterans.
On July 28, the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center hosted its first curbside Fresh Xpress Produce Distribution for Veterans, serving 181 Veterans with 280 boxes totaling more than 5,600 pounds produce.
Friends of Fisher House Charleston supports the Charleston VAMC Fisher House with donations that have funded major projects and everyday items for guests. The third-party non-profit is an important community partner.
The Ralph H. Johnson VAMC was recently named as one of the top 25 Environmental Excellence Award winners by Practice Greenhealth, the nation’s leading organization for environmental sustainability in health care.
At 71-years-old, Navy Veteran and Ralph H. Johnson VAMC patient Liz Crotty is adding “gold medalist” to her list of accomplishments. She placed first in cycling at the National Veterans Golden Age Games.