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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, according to the National Heart Association, but is largely preventable. In support of February’s American Heart Month, Ralph H.
The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Diabetes Self-Management Education Service (DSMES) located at the main hospital in downtown Charleston has been awarded continued Recognition from the American Diabetes Assoc
Art often has a way of moving people. When that art is tied to the legacy of a beloved hometown hero and finally provides an accurate image of the 19-year-old Marine who gave his life in Vietnam to save his fellow
When Margaret Bradbury, Chief of Nutrition & Food Service at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, opened the facility’s Veteran Food Pantry in December 2017 she hoped to make a difference for nutritionally-
On Jan. 10, the Ralph H. Johnson VAMC Fisher House celebrated the second anniversary of checking-in its first guest. Recent long-term guests, Gene and Margaret Driggers, share how Fisher House impacted their life.
To best accommodate the growing patient population at the Ralph H. Johnson VAMC, they continue to expand their facilities and complete updates to existing areas. On Jan. 4, Charleston VAMC opened their expanded ICU.
Did you know the VA has a program called Compensated Work Therapy--designed to help Vets develop skills & gain experience to become fully employed. Charleston VAMC has nine staff members dedicated to this program.