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Navy Veteran and Charleston VAMC patient Patricia Farrell-Hursey danced her way into her first appearance at a VA adaptive sports event – this year’s 31st National Veterans Golden Age Games held May 11–17 in Biloxi.
Veterans can successfully deal with struggles they may face in relationships with their spouses and children through a patient-family centered approach in the Couples and Family Therapy Clinic at Charleston VAMC.
June is designated as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, a national awareness initiative to celebrate sexual diversity, advocating for equal rights for LGBT citizens and reducing social stigma.
Reaching out to Veterans helps increase growth at the Ralph H. Johnson VAMC. Charleston VA staff and volunteers devote time outside of work to participate in local events that introduce local Veterans to VA.
Last month, Sharon Castle, chief of Pharmacy at Charleston VA Medical Center, received the Lewis W. Blackman Healthcare Executive Award from the South Carolina Hospital Association in Columbia, South Carolina.
Last year Charleston VAMC treated more than 150 stroke victims. Neurology, EMU, and Stroke Program Coordinator Elizabeth Aprile, RN, organizes Charleston VA's stroke awareness events for Veterans and employees.