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“Our goal has always been to offer the very best available staff and heart health care possible for Veterans here at VA Central California,” said Dr. Ryan Berg, Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Lab at VA CCHCS.
Patient transport, way finding and most importantly, a warm welcome are but a few ways volunteers give back to Veterans at VA Central California. Volunteers have long been a staple at VA medical centers.
Retired Air Force Major and VA CCHCS Registered Nurse, Manuel Martin, creates protected space through listening and allowing Veterans to share and explore their feelings without feeling judged or limited.
Whatever doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger. Retired 22-year Navy Veteran, Commander Jack Schwartz spent 1,367 days in captivity as a Prisoner of War during World War II. Jack turns 103 years old April 28.
She tried to take her own life eight times in a year in the 4th Infantry Division in 2008. The stressors of combat, losing close friends in battle and adapting to life back in the U.S. after serving in Iraq was too much.
Building on the progress we have made, Modernization is about improving the VA’s performance to better serve Veterans, their families, caregivers and survivors while being good stewards of tax payer dollars.
Seven Veteran athletes from the VA Central California Health Care System in Fresno, Calif., participated in the 37th National Veterans Wheelchair Games in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 17-22, takes home good share of medals...