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Meet the Savannah VA Outpatient Clinic Administrative Officer Jackie Wilkerson, who strives to provide outstanding customer service to Veterans. A Veteran herself, she wants to create exceptional patient experiences.
The Emergency Food Pantry is a collaboration between Charleston VA’s Nutrition and Food Service, Voluntary Service, Logistics Service, the Lowcountry Food Bank and the Tri-County Veterans Support Network.
U.S. Army Veteran and triple amputee Bryan Anderson visited the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center on Jan. 23, sharing his inspiring personal journey with fellow Veterans, VAMC staff, volunteers and visitors.
This year set achievable goals and stick to those New Year's resolutions of losing weight and getting fit. A Charleston VAMC dietitian shares some keys to success and learn how Charleston VA's MOVE! program can help.
Gifts are by Charleston VAMC employees, Veteran service organizations, local churches and community groups through Voluntary Service’s Angel Tree program, which exists to support low-income Veteran families.
Last Thursday, Veterans, community members and Charleston VA Medical Center employees and volunteers gathered at 150 Wentworth Street for the grand opening of the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Fisher House.
Thanks to innovative research at the Baltimore VA, older Veterans are making strides — literally — in their ability to move about, stay balanced, prevent falls and get up from a fall if they do have one.