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Northern Arizona VA Health Care System

Local Features

MyHealtheVet VolunteersImproving Access and Care with MyHealtheVet
MyHealtheVet is a great tool for Veterans to communicate with their teams at the VA and it has been growing for over ten years. Veterans can communicate with their providers, check appointments and view prescriptions.
MyHealtheVetImproving Access and Care with MyHealtheVet
MyHealtheVet is a great tool for Veterans to communicate with their teams at the VA and it has been growing for over ten years. Veterans can communicate with their providers, check appointments and view prescriptions.
NAVAHCS Human Resources TeamLooking for a Career at the VA
NAVAHCS is the largest VA facility within 60,000 square miles and is the fourth largest employer in the area. NAVAHCS employs 1,077 staff members and our work force is comprised of 40 percent Veterans.
Lee Dortsch with his Marine Corps FriendsKeeping the Heroic Memories Alive: WWII Veteran
“From the Halls of Montezuma...” The men wearing U.S. Marine shirts and hats gathered around a man in a wheelchair and sang the Marine Hymn with enthusiasm for CLC resident Lee Dortsch's 92nd Birthday.
Polacca Outreach (Telehealth) Clinic for Hopi VeteransSummer of Service
Nationally, VA is providing an increasing number of Veterans with a broad range of care, services and benefits. Locally, NAVAHCS continues to make improvements to access and services for our Nation’s Veterans.
Genevieve "Jenny" WernWomen Who Served Are Veterans Too
Too often women Veterans are overlooked or under appreciated. NAVAHCS employs 532 women, 105 of which are Veterans. NAVAHCS serves over 25,000 Veterans and over 2,200 are women.
Brett Tolich - Emergency Department Charge NurseNurses Week 2015
Nurses Week is celebrated each year on May 6 – May 12. Each year the VA commends the men and women who care for our Veterans. This year NAVAHCS recognizes Brett Tolich, Emergency Department Charge Nurse.
Mike Wilford in his Marine Corps Dress UniformOn the Fast Track to Success: A Marine Vet's Story
Mike Wilford served 12 years active duty in the Marine Corps and 13 years in the reserves. Mike is proud of his military service but auto racing is in his blood. His grandfather used to sponsor auto races.
Volunteer Chuck Blackburn and Health Tech Nicole SimpsonOur Volunteers Make a Difference
NAVAHCS has over 650 volunteers and they support our staff on a regular basis by assisting us and helping Veterans. Our Veterans deserve the best from our staff and volunteers and they continuously provide just that.
Clinical Laboratory Quality Assurance CoodinatorClinical Laboratory Plays an Important Role
Despite a shortage of qualified Medical Technologist and Technicians, the NAVAHCS Clinical Laboratory continues to provide timely, accurate patient information to staff, enabling them to diagnose and treat diseases.

From the Veterans Health Administration

Several adults and a child cutting a ribbon in front of a health care clinicVA, Communities, Helping Homeless Veterans
What is a CRRC? It's a lifeline for thousands of homeless Veterans and their families. VA and local communities are partners in the effort, working together to provide needed services.
A woman with graying hair smilesI Served in the Active Military. Yes, I'm One!
Know this: If you are a woman who served in the active military service, you are a Veteran. People may think your military experience was less challenging than that of male Veterans. They're wrong.
A man points to his gardenCombat Veteran, Doctor and Now Gardener
Wesley McFarland, combat Veteran, doctor for 55 years, charged his patients $3.00. Wiped out by Hurricane Katrina, he now lives in a VA Community Living Center ... and he loves it.
An older man with a sporting competitor's numbered bib on his shirt leans on a golf cart carrying his clubs on a golf courseGolden Age Games Underway in Omaha
Golden Age Games — it's all about the rehabilitation value that wellness and fitness provide in the lives of older Veterans ... and yes, a good time, competition and fellowship with other Veterans.
A red rash on a person's elbowMy skin itches. Is it psoriasis? What is that?
Veterans who have psoriasis can easily describe the symptoms for you. It's ugly, itchy and painful. VA doctors can help Veterans treat psoriasis. Here's information on this chronic skin disease.
A Veteran wearing a sea captain's hat salutes while rolling his motorized wheelchair among others walking around him2015 VA Walk & Roll Sees Growth
It's called the Walk and Roll when over 23,000 Veterans, VA Employees and American citizens walk a mile for homeless Veterans, raising more than $325,000 worth of donations this year.
A male patient seated on an exam table in an exam room shakes hands with a female doctorTen Things to Know About the Choice Program
If you are enrolled in VA health care, the Choice Program allows you to get health care from non-VA doctors. Here are the answers to ten of the most asked questions about the program.
Woman with a clipboard and pen looks at a man speaking to herHelping Your Provider Understand Military Culture
VA is offering a free online course to private sector health care professionals to help them better serve Veterans and Servicemembers. Hear from a social worker who thinks the course is a good idea.
Two women talk and smile in an exercise roomSummer! Time to swim and picnic ... and volunteer!
Across America, thousands of Americans are pitching in to help our Veterans. Learn about the “Summer of Service” and how you can volunteer at your local VA medical center ... no sunblock needed!
A wife smiles at her husband seated facing her. Relationship a Little Rocky? Time to Retreat
About 20 couples learned how to strengthen their relationship during a two-day Warrior to Soul Mate retreat sponsored recently at the Salisbury VA Medical Center in North Carolina.

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