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Northern Arizona VA Health Care System

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From left:  Sherie Mercier, American Legion Area  C Vice Commander, Michael Welsh, NAVAHCS Associate Director, Billy Ellis, American Legion State Commander, Josephine Herrera, American Legion Auxiliary State President, Dr. Piatt, NAVAHCS Acting Medical Center Director, Carmen Goswick, American LegioAmerican Legion Auxiliary Christmas Gift Shop
The American Legion Auxiliary Whipple Christmas Gift Shop has been a part of the Prescott community for over 70 years which makes it the longest running VA gift shop. This year the event was November 30 - December 2.
Voice of the Veteran Truth Point SurveyVoice of the Veteran – Truth Point Survey
Northern Arizona VA Health Care System strives to provide the best care possible for our Nation’s heroes. To assist us in our endeavors, we have been using Truth Point to gain feedback from Veterans on their care.
Medical Foster Home Program Caregiver  - Robbin Dohm at her home in Chino ValleyMedical Foster Home Program
Medical Foster Home is an alternative to nursing home care in a personal home setting for eligible Veterans who are no longer able to safely live independently. Prescott has four homes serving six Veterans.
Veteran with Telehealth equipmentTelehealth For Our Veterans
Telehealth Services have been offered to Veterans at Northern Arizona VA Health Care System (NAVAHCS) for over six years. Veterans have the opportunity to meet with their providers without driving to Prescott.
Patient Escort VolunteersOur Veteran Volunteers Really Making a Difference
Volunteering can mean a lot of different things to someone, but to Jim Burg, it means giving back. If you or someone you know is thinking about volunteering please call our Voluntary Service at (928) 776-6013.
Donna Hitt, LiCSW and IOP ManagerIntensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Veterans
NAVAHCS is starting a new program at the new Mental Health Clinic. The program will provide individualized care for Veterans recovering from a combination of addiction, trauma and other mental health aliments.
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.

From the Veterans Health Administration

Make a Date During Heart Health MonthMake a Date During Heart Health Month
The number one killer of women is heart disease. Every February, Heart Health Month, VA reminds Veterans that early detection can make all the difference in a successful battle against heart disease.
Army Veteran Shaun CastleStrive, Live, Conquer in Salt Lake City
Army Veteran Shaun Castle has a message for wheelchair Veterans: Come to The Games this summer in Salt Lake City. It changed his life, it will change yours. Read his powerful remarks and sign up now.
Charlie Brown, a Marine and Korean War Veteran. Well-Being for Aging Veterans
VA has many ways to help keep you healthy, even if you can't fit into your old uniform. Find out here about Well-Being. It's about mental, physical and spiritual health for older Veterans.
VA nurse Mike Twigg uses a stethoscope to examine a Veteran patientIraq War Veteran Becomes VA Nurse
Mike Twigg was 38 years old when he decided to join the Army. It was 2007, and the war in Iraq was going full tilt. Sounds like a solid plan. Still, isn't 38 a bit old to be joining the Army?
A hiker on a snowy mountainFree, Confidential Courses to Launch Your New Year
Welcome to 2016! VA has developed a free, online, confidential tool kit to help you fight "brain overload," along with relaxation exercises, videos and stress management tools.
Happy New Year 2016!Top Ten VA Services List for Veterans in 2016
One thing we all hope for in a New Year is good health. For America's Veterans, that's our job. At our VA hospitals and Community-Based Outpatient Clinics, we are here to serve you.
Veteran Marion Ritchie and her Navy photo from World War II.98-Year-Old Veteran Planning Next Parasailing Trip
World War II Navy Veteran, 98, looks back on a century of Christmas celebrations and her recent adventures parasailing and motorcycle riding. Next on her list, computer classes.
Two men play chess in a restaurantVA 'Bridgers' Helping Sober Vets Stay That Way
At the Bedford VA in Massachusetts, peer support specialists known as 'Bridgers' are helping Veterans successfully reintegrate into their communities following rehab for drug or alcohol abuse.
A mom and dad with a son and daughter cooking and sampling food in a kitchenConnect with Your Children this Holiday Season
VA has free, confidential online courses to help Veteran parents connect with their children. Helpful anytime, but especially during the holidays which can bring a lot of stress. Totally!
An old wallet with photos sticking outVeteran, 93, Thankful for Wallet Lost 70 Years Ago
The Ramos family of California is very thankful that a kind and persistent man in Austria went to a lot of trouble to find their grandfather and return his wallet ... 70 years after he lost it.

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