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Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center


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building exteriorCharleston VA nurses lend a helping hand
Helping Veterans is the first mission of VA, but the mission extends beyond medical centers and clinics. VA’s “Fourth Mission” is to improve response to war, terrorism, national emergencies, and natural disasters.
woman helping man on computerHealtheVet Provides Access to Care
Veterans can maintain care is through My HealtheVet, a web-based portal where Veterans can schedule appointments, refill prescriptions, view health records and send secure messages to providers and health care teams.
3D printed face shieldHealthcare Technology Vital in Fight Against COVID
There are many healthcare heroes on the frontlines in the fight against the coronavirus -- doctors, nurses, pharmacists, caregivers. Many others are providing much-needed expertise and ingenuity behind the scenes.
Woman sitting at deskNow Is the Time to Go Beyond
Many Veterans face dark days stuck in their memories of war, caught in the trap of substance abuse or crippling depression and anxiety they can’t shake. The question is how to help them move beyond.
Samuel “Matt” Matthews, Winner of Experience Excellence AwardCharleston VA Names Experience Excellence Winner
In honor of Patient Experience Week, we continue to highlight our amazing VA healthcare community, and we’re proud to announce the winner of the Experience Excellence award. Congratulations to Samuel “Matt” Matthews,
Volunteer Accepting DonationsNational Volunteer Appreciation Week
This week, as we celebrate National Volunteer Appreciation Week, our Voluntary Service team took a different approach to recognizing more than 500 Volunteers who give their time and talents to support our Veteran patient
Medical Technologist Lolanya Rivers Performing COVID-19 TestRecognizing Real Life Heroes
One of the keys to fighting the spread of coronavirus is ensuring patients in the medical center are placed in the right area at the right time to mitigate the risk to staff and other patients.
Trervor Pham Donning and Doffing Personal Protective EquipmentVA Nurse Has Personal Connection to Veterans
For Trervor Pham, working for the Veterans Health Administration is more than a career, it is a way to give back to America’s Veterans. Pham has been a Registered Nurse for a year and a half, and currently works at the
Ralph H. Johnson Doctor Providing Virtual Care to a VeteranProtect Yourself From COVID-19: Access VA Care
For more than a decade, the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center has led the way in bringing virtual care into mainstream medicine. That same technology is being used more broadly than ever to maintain the high-quality
D. Friedman creator of the negative-pressure isolation unitPreparations for Coronavirus Ongoing at Charleston
The phrase “necessity is the mother of invention” has been in use for more than 360 years, but rarely has it been more relevant than the onset of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

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