Join the VA Western New York Health Care System this Friday, February 7th at Freedom Hall, to help support "Go Red for Women". Show your support for the prevention of heart disease in women by wearing red.
VA stakeholders, Veterans, delegated officials and the community came out to celebrate the opening of the new building for the Women’s Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Residential Program located at the Batavia VA.
VA health care is offering a new program free to enrolled Veterans who want to quit smoking. TeleQuit provides Veterans a telehealth device that offers daily coaching and support. Call 1-877-619-0106 today.
Thursday, November 21, VA Western New York Healthcare System and the American Cancer Society will team up for the Great American Smokeout, to encourage Veterans and employees to quit smoking for at least for one day.
VA Western New York Healthcare System has a Team of Veterans available to provide training to help educate businesses, organizations and not for profits about the impact military experience has on Veterans.
Medical Center Director, Brian Stiller provided information and answered questions on Veteran utilization, the medical centers budget and improvements made as a result of insulin pen and medical records management.
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.