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Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center


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The VA MISSION Act will go live June 6, enhancing access to community care for Veterans eligible for VHA benefits.VA MISSION Act goes live June 6
The VA MISSION Act will go into effect on June 6, and stands to be one of the most impactful changes to the way that VA provides care for Veterans by increasing access and redesigning the way they control their care.
Photo rendering of new Myrtle Beach ClinicCharleston VA to break ground on new Myrtle Beach
On Friday, May 31 at 10 a.m., Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center will break ground on its new Myrtle Beach VA Outpatient Clinic during a ceremony at 1800 Airpark Drive, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
William King, Commander VFW Post 10624, and Ron Herzog perform the Missing Man Table Ceremony during the 2018 Memorial Day Remembrance Event.Charleston VA to host annual Memorial Day Event
Each year, the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center pays tribute to the fallen service members who paid the ultimate price for freedom with a Memorial Day Remembrance Event in their honor.
Sue Kerver catches a fish in Montana.On the fly: A female Veteran’s tale of empowerment
Sue Kerver, Charleston VAMC Voluntary Service Program Manager and U.S. Coast Guard Veteran, shares her experience fly fishing in Montana with Project Healing Waters and her story of empowerment as a female Veteran.
Charleston VAMC employees Rebecca Luhrs, MOVE! Program Coordinator, and Jan Shriner, Clinical Nurse Educator, participate in the 2018 VA2K. This year’s event will be held May 15 and is open to Veterans, VA staff and visitors.VA2K Walk and Roll encourages active lifestyle
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center will join VAs across the country to participate in the 9th Annual VA2K Walk and Roll event May 15, by combining a two-kilometer walk and a collection of items for homeless Veterans.
Clinic renderingNew VA clinic coming to North Charleston
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center will host a ceremony on May 3 for the new Charleston VA Outpatient Health Annex at 6450 Rivers Ave. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie is the keynote speaker.
MOVE! Program Coordinator Becci Luhrs weighs Veteran Tony Valencia during his final program weigh-in on April 19 at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center.A Veteran’s inspiring health journey
On January 8, 2019, U.S. Navy Veteran Tony Valencia made a commitment to himself to change some unhealthy habits, refocus his life and get healthy, with a goal of one day riding on a roller coaster with his grandkids.
Volunteers at Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center wear red vests to signify themselves as NaVAgators who help Veterans find their way to appointments throughout the hospital. (Photo by James Arrowood)Volunteers recognized for contribution to Veterans
The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center strives to deliver the best care possible to every Veteran that comes in the doors each day, and most days those Veterans are met first by the smiling face of a volunteer.
Team Charleston at the National Disabled Winter Sports Clinic in Aspen Colorado. (Back row from left to right: Iayne Brown, Harold Clark, Joe Cooler, Leslie Williams, Scott Isaacks; front row from left to right: David Bradbury, Joey Williams.)Reaching new heights through adaptive sports
This year, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center sponsored four Veterans to attend the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic in Aspen, Colorado, during the first week of April.
Congressman Joe Cunningham meets with Community Living Center residents during a tour of the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Feb. 1.Community Living Center achieves 5-star rating
The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Community Living Center (CLC) was recently recognized as a 5-star CLC for Quality Measures and Staffing after the CLC team developed and implemented new patient safety initiatives.

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