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This tool allows Veterans to access the most transparent and easy to understand wait time and quality measures in health care. Veterans can compare access and quality measures to make informed choices about their care.
VA Announces Crisis Line Challenges Resolved. In response to the recent VA Office of Inspector General (OIG) report that reviewed the Veterans Crisis Line (VCL), claims rollover rate less than 1 percent.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Shelhorse is appointed interim director of the Veterans Integrated Service Network 6 for the Dept. of Veterans Affairs, says the Deputy Secretary for Health for Operations and Management
VA Secretary Bob McDonald and Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson respond to an article in USA Today that unfairly characterizes a VA measurement tool. The article claims VA is hiding critical performance data from the public.
This year, as we prepared to observe Veterans Day 2016 at VA, this journey took us to Durham, N.C., where we spent time with the VA’s oldest Veteran employee who can still be found in the hospital halls serving.
Reacting before, during and in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, the Fayetteville VAMC implemented contingency operations, placing an alternative water resource to continue health care service to Veterans
Several VA Health Care facilities in Southeastern North Carolina were impacted by weather conditions caused by Hurricane Matthew October 8-10. VA staff are working to mitigate the effects on care to Veterans.
VISN 6 has conducted programs and services that increase Veterans' access to health care in North Carolina and Virginia. The addition of facilities and services have allowed more Veterans to receive VA care than ever.