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The Ralph H. Johnson VAMC will hold the 19th Annual Charleston Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 9. This year's parade Grand Marshal is Maj. Gen. Minetti, a decorated Veteran with more than four decades of U.S. Army service.
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women. Myrtle Beach VA Outpatient Clinic nurse Diane Craig shares her shocking breast cancer diagnosis and why she's encouraging women to get screened.
Last week, we celebrated Global Peer Support Celebration Day. A Peer Specialist is a person who is actively engaged in their own recovery, allowing them to relate to the struggles Veterans may be facing.
The Ralph H. Johnson VAMC, along with Palmetto Goodwill and Palmetto Warrior Connection, will host the 20th Annual Stand Down Against Veteran Homelessness Friday, Oct. 18 from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
On Jan. 1, 2020, the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center will join the rest of the Veterans Health Administration and implement a tobacco-free campus at its medical center, its community clinics and off-site locations.
On Sept. 10 the Ralph H. Johnson VAMC hosted its first annual Cancer Expo and Celebration, a special event to honor Veteran cancer survivors. More than 20 Veterans attended the expo titled “1000 Reasons to Smile.”
September is Suicide Prevention Month and Charleston VAMC is holding several events to outreach to Veterans who may be struggling while also encouraging members of the community be there for the Veterans in their lives.