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What's in Your Communication "Toolbox"?What's in Your Communication "Toolbox"?
Several tools are available for Veterans and family members to provide feedback regarding the services provided by the Northern Arizona VA. This feedback aids in service rercovery to improve on the Veterans experience.
How You Can Help Ensure Safe Patient CareHow You Can Help Ensure Safe Patient Care
Veterans have the option of accessing their medical records online, and using secure email to contact their VA Primary Care teams with any questions or discrepancies using MyHealtheVet.
Routine  ScreeningsHow Routine Screenings Can Improve Health
Routine screenings can improve your health and help prevent disease. At the Northern Arizona VA Health Care System, our promise to Veterans is to provide the right care for the right patient at the right time.
Members reviewing agreementEnhancing Access for Rural Veterans
Enhancing access to health care for rural Veterans is a top priority for the VA Office of Rural Health, Northern Arizona VA Health Care System and the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation.
M.O.V.E.The M.O.V.E. Program
The M.O.V.E. Program (Motivating Obese/Overweight Veterans Everywhere) was developed to get Veterans "moving" toward better health. The program is focused on teaching small steps to change unhealthy habits.
MyHealtheVetImproving Access and Care with MyHealtheVet
MyHealtheVet is one of the newest tools available for Veterans to communicate back and forth with their teams at the VA. MyHealtheVet grew radically in 2013, so that your medical records are - yours!
Rural RoadExpanding Access to Healthcare
The Office of Rural Health (ORH) has the noble mission of expanding and improving Veteran access to quality healthcare in rural locations within Northern Arizona VA Healthcare System.
Feamle VeteranWomen's Health
The Northern Arizona VA Health Care System (NAVAHCS) now offers women Veterans another service, specifically dedicated to serving her! The Pharmacy department now has a pharmacist dedicated to women’s health.
Uncle SamUncle Sam Still Wants You!
You may no longer be serving on active duty, but you can still serve your fellow Veterans. The Department of Veterans Affairs offers rewarding employment opportunities to Veterans through various hiring authorities.
Key to homeApproaching a Solution to End Veteran Homelessness
The VA aims to end Veteran homelessness by 2015. In an effort to do so, the Prescott VA partnered held a Homeless Summit with community organizations, approaching solutions to end homelessness among all Veterans.

From the Veterans Health Administration

Outside building photoOpening Soon: New Polytrauma-Rehabilitiation Center
New Polytrauma and Rehabilitation Center in Tampa to open soon. The first stop for Veterans on the road to recovery and home, the state-of-the-art facility provides home-like, healing environment.
A man uses an iPad at a tableHelp with Concussions in Veterans' Hands Today
Knowledge learned by VA in treating Traumatic Brain Injury helped develop Concussion Coach, a mobile app with tools to assess symptoms and help with coping strategies.
A smiling woman counts change to a man at a kitchen counterHelping Veterans Find and Keep a Home
Occupational therapist Sarah Scalia assesses Veterans (105 so far) to ensure they are able to maintain the affordable housing provided them through the HUD-VASH program.
A woman and a man talk and point to a brochurePeer Specialists Held in High Regard by Veterans
Peer specialist program: Veterans who have recovered from mental illness serve as role models for other Veterans. Veterans will connect better with those who have experienced the same things.
Runners start a race on a trackHow Can I Live a Healthier Life?
Take charge of your health care. It’s never too late to get back on track and start taking steps towards a healthier you by getting informed, developing healthy habits, and enrolling in health care.
yoga poseStudy to Help Women Vets Coping with MST
VA to launch study of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction this year to determine if it can help relieve symptoms of PTSD in women vets who have experienced military sexual trauma.
The face of a manWhy Slow Down?
Four hundred Veterans are participating in the Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic. It’s the world-leader in adaptive winter sports for Veterans, active duty servicemen and women with disabilities.
A man with a prosthetic leg and his son work out on exercise ballsWeight Loss for Those with Disabilities
Veterans and others with disabilities can lose weight through a program that involves phone calls and a Web-based remote coaching tool. The approach is low-cost and effective, say researchers.
Woman holds up an image of the food pyramidCan Good Nutrition Save Your Life?
VA wants to help you get in shape, think about nutrition, live longer and have a healthy, energetic life. VA registered dietitians are here to assist you with your nutrition and health concerns.
Face of a woman Veteran with a shirt that reads Live FreeVeterans Tell Their Stories
At the VA in Madison, Wis., the life histories of patients are written down and included in their medical charts. This gives caregivers a better understanding of the human being they are treating.

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