VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System
VA was the first federal agency to have a woman executive officer. VA was the first federal agency to have a woman executive officer.
It's Women History Month, take time to honor our Women Veterans! The Department of Veterans Affairs joins with the nation to observe Women's History Month in March by recognizing and honoring women Veterans.
Come to the Patient Aligned Care Team information fair on March 23rd and find out about PACT! A Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) is each Veteran working together with health care professionals to plan for whole-person care and life-long health and wellness.
The VASNHCS Creative Arts Festival Showcase is on February 23rd The Creative Arts Festival offers Veterans the opportunity to express themselves through the arts and gain recognition for their creative talents and skills.
Governor and a 60's Music Legend visit veterans and staff members at VASNHCS As the kickoff to the weeklong National Salute to Veteran Patients, the VIP visit was a wonderful chance for the entertainers and dignitaries to express their gratitude and appreciation to the sacrifices made by the veterans who seek their care at VASNHCS.
VAlentines for Veterans Concert A Veterans Appreciation Event featuring Country Music Legend Aaron Tippin.
VASNHCS Vets are introduced to Tai Chi Five weeks after the introduction of a weekly Tai Chi class at the VA Sierra Nevada Healthcare System, the popularity of the program has surprised everyone but the instructor, Yi Chen.
Enhanced VA Health Care Enrollment Opportunity Closing for Certain Combat Veterans Certain combat Veterans who were discharged from active duty service before Jan. 28, 2003 have until Jan. 27, 2011 to take advantage of their enhanced health care enrollment opportunity through the VA.
15 Years of Angel Tree! VASNHCS Employees and Volunteers mark 15 years of success with the Angel Tree Project.
FOX 11 takes an interest in telling former POW's stories Fox 11 News in Reno will soon be airing a story on former POW's that live amongst us in the community.
From the Veterans Health Administration
VA Launches Hotline for Women Veterans The Department of Veterans Affairs has a new hotline to respond to questions from Veterans, their families and caregivers about the many VA services and resources available to women Veterans.
VA Medical Centers Named for Presidents Can you name the three VA medical centers named for United States presidents? Here’s a story on the Franklin Delano Roosevelt campus of the Hudson Valley Healthcare System in Montrose, New York.
Research Today Means Healthier Tomorrow May 13-17 is National VA Research Week with the theme “VA Research Inspires.” VA Research has been part of advances in treating heart disease, diabetes, spinal cord injury and mental health disorders.
PTSD Help: With You When You Need It Most VA is making it possible for Veterans to access PTSD information in mobile friendly formats. Check out the mobile self-help apps and “treatment companion” apps. Find “Where to Get Help for PTSD.”
VA Nurses: Quality and Innovation in Patient Care VA salutes our 80,000 nurses during National Nurses Week…and every week. Every day, VA’s nurses provide state-of-the-art, cost-effective nursing care to America’s Veterans and their families.
Stress? Problems? Here is Free Online Help! Moving Forward is an online program that helps overcome life’s challenges. Designed specifically for Veterans and Military Service Members, but can anyone can use it to make problems more manageable.
An Easier-to-Understand Billing Statement VA, with help from Veterans, has created a more patient-friendly statement that is easier to understand. The improved statement has a concise layout and several new features that Veterans wanted.
Two Volunteers at Erie VA Team Up to Save a Veteran's Life When a Veteran’s life hung in the balance, two volunteers worked together calmly and efficiently to render aid. Their efforts may have made the difference between life and death.
PTSD Study: Men Versus Women In an effort to develop PTSD treatments that are geared more precisely to the unique needs of men and women, VA researchers have begun to investigate how men and women learn to fear.
Training Veterans to Care for Themselves An Occupational Therapist talks about VA’s Wellness Program and how Tai Chi helps Veterans and their families with memory, improved sleep, decreased stress and overall health.