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Last week we celebrated National Healthcare Volunteer Week. A time in April every year when we recognize the dedication and hard work of our Ralph H. Johnson VAMC Volunteers. Meet one of our loyal volunteers--Sam Graham.
Three Charleston VAMC Veteran patients attended the 2018 Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic in April. Alongside them this year, Charleston VA Director Scott Isaacks volunteered as a boot loader at the clinic.
The VA is the only health-care system in the country to publicly post opioid prescribing rates. The Charleston VA has seen a 46 percent reduction in opioid prescriptions in the five-year period from 2012 to 2017.
The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center now offers another convenient option for Veterans to receive appointment reminders – text messages direct to your mobile device for patients who choose this option.
Vicki Johnson is the first manager of the Ralph H. Johnson VAMC Fisher House and describes her job as "an opportunity of a lifetime." Since opening on Jan. 10, more than 60 families have stayed at the Fisher House.
During February’s American Heart Month, Ralph H. Johnson VAMC and its community clinics have planned events to help educate Veterans about the risk factors for heart disease and inform them of ways to reduce their risk.
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.