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VA Manchester Healthcare System is providing vaccine to enrolled Veterans who are 75 years old or older and/or are experiencing homelessness, are hemodialysis, solid organ transplant or chemotherapy patients.
VA Manchester's workforces expands holiday care to the community. For several years now, our Nutrition & Food Service, Primary Care and Call Center staff contributed to the Salvation Army’s Adopt a Family program.
“When VA Secretary Wilkie reached out to me, I knew this was a mission New Hampshire could take on,” said Governor Sununu. “We owe those on the frontlines taking care of our Veterans the protection they deserve."
VA New England Healthcare System is hiring clinical staff to care for Veterans. New hires will support the facility’s medical staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. For listing of opportunities visit www.vacareers.va.gov.
The new Urgent Care operational hours take effect on Friday, August 30, 2019. Ancillary services at the medical center will expand operations to allow for comprehensive care and best outcomes for Veterans.
Department of Veterans Affairs New England Health Care held a regional conference to align efforts and resources to Combat Veteran Suicide. Combat Veterans and Community Providers addressed suicide prevention.
Secretary Robert Wilkie visited Manchester VA to recognize staff improvement work. "None of the improvements we’re making at the VA would be possible without the passion and commitment of our dedicated employees.”
April is dedicated to keeping your address current. Staying current on your address helps us get you and your family the medicine, information and appointments you need to better manage your health care.
Suicide is an issue that affects everyone, not just those who served in the military. It is preventable. Education provides increased awareness, and the chance to start conversations about suicide, hope and recovery.