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The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center's 10 call operators serve as the “Voice of the VA,” providing 24/7 service to more than 40,000 callers each month as they contact the VAMC for information or assistance.
Charleston VAMC is building a team of 10 Veterans to send to the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic in April 2019--an opportunity for self-development and challenge through education, sports and leisure.
Meet Peter Demos, better known as Mr. Pete--he's an Air Force Veteran with an incredible life story who is now working at Charleston VAMC as a housekeeper and sharing his infectious positivity with others.
Meet Charleston VAMC's Lung Cancer Screening Coordinator Shannon Magee. Learn about why she chose to work for VA and how she's helping detect early lung cancer in Veterans through the screening program.
July 4th, Americans will gather together to celebrate a federal holiday that commemorates the forming of the United States of America through the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
In May, during the Ralph H. Johnson VAMC Hospital Week Celebration, employees were asked to participate in a Digital Scavenger Hunt - identify improvements that have made a positive impact on patient care.
Hope can seem scarce when serious medical issues occur, but that’s exactly what the Charleston RiverDogs brought to Veterans and families at Fisher House Charleston on June 14 as they celebrated HOPE Week 2018.
For the fifth year, the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center has teamed up with local radio station 103.5 WEZL to host a special military appreciation seating area at the station’s Party in the Park summer concert series.
Maj. Joshua Strimple, U.S. Army Reserve paid tribute to the Veterans who have died in battle while sharing his own story of service during the Memorial Day ceremony held at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center.