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A crowd watches the choir from Laing Middle School sing the National Anthem at the 2018 Charleston Veterans Day Parade.2018 Veterans Day Parade
The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center sponsored the Charleston Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 4, which began with remarks from Charleston’s mayor who highlighted the significance of the Veteran community in Charleston.
VA Deputy Under Secretary for Health for Discovery, Education and Affiliate Networks Dr. Carolyn Clancy addresses the second annual VISN7 Research Symposium.VISN7 Research Symposium held at Charleston VAMC
The second annual VISN7 Research Symposium hosted by Ralph H. Johnson VAMC on Nov. 1 allowed investigators and senior leaders to collaborate on ways to move evidence-based treatments from the bench to the bedside.
Al "Hollywood" Meggett, 2018 Charleston Veterans Day Parade Grand Marshal.2018 Charleston Veterans Day Parade Grand Marshal
There are many Veterans with a colorful story that come through Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center each day, but not many can top Al “Hollywood” Meggett, the Grand Marshal for the 2018
Dana Elkins and her family pose at her son's graduation. Elkins is currently battling Breast Cancer while working as a Physical Therapist Assistant at the Savannah VA Outpatient Clinic.October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Dana Elkins, a physical therapy assistant in the Savannah VA Outpatient Clinic, was diagnosed with breast cancer last July, and has been battling to get back to her patients ever since.
Vic Pemberton leads a class of Veterans in the Veterans Enrichment Center. Photo by James Arrowood.Supporting recovery through shared experiences
Peer Support Specialists are individuals with a mental health disorder, actively engaged in their own recovery, and are trained to help others with their recovery goals. Oct. 18 is Global Peer Support Specialist Day.
Dozens of VA services, including Charleston VA Medical Center’s Suicide Prevention Program, will be available to offer support to homeless or at-risk Veterans at the 2018 Stand Down Against Veteran Homeless on Oct. 19.Stand Down for Homeless Vets
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center will host the 19th Annual Stand Down Against Veteran Homelessness on Friday, Oct. 19 from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Community Resource and Referral Center in North Charleston.
Travis Silver joined the Charleston team in March 2008 and is driven to provide excellent, patient-centered care to Veterans.   Photo by James Arrowood.personalized care…why I choose VA
Meet Travis Silver, Section Chief for Patient Administration Service at Charleston VAMC. Silver joined the Charleston team in March 2008 and is driven to provide excellent, patient-centered care to Veterans.
Charleston VAMC Community Care Liaisons work directly with Veterans and providers to ensure seamless community patient care is provided.Charleston VA's Community Care Liaisons
Beginning Oct. 1, as the HealthNet contract that supported the Choice Program ends, Charleston VAMC implemented a proactive team to ensure seamless community patient care is provided.
VA employees Heather Brister and Leah Fennel ride on the Ralph H. Johnson VAMC's float during the Charleston Pride Parade on Sept. 22.Charleston VA celebrates LGBT Veterans
For the sixth year, members of Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center’s Diversity Committee and other staff celebrated the LGBT community by participating in Charleston’s annual Pride Parade on Sept. 22.
Charleston VAMC's Trident Clinic will host a Veteran Health Fair on September 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 9237 University Blvd.Trident VA Clinic hosts Veteran Health Fair
On Sept. 25, The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center’s Trident Clinic in North Charleston will host its second Veteran Health Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 9237 University Blvd.

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