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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Up to 50 percent of heart patients fail to take their medications correctly after they leave the hospital. VA’s solution? A simple one: persistent, friendly reminders from your health care professionals.
Natalie Dell, a medal winner at the 2012 Summer Olympics, conducts mental health research for VA. As the next Olympics approach, here are 20 questions about her Olympics experience and her work for Veterans.