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In the past year, Montana VA Health Care System has embraced opportunities that came with planned and unplanned changes. This commitment to excellence resulted in the VA named as one of Montana’s top ten best employers.
Montana Veterans and Jason DeShaw will share honest conversations about mental health at a livestreamed event on Thursday, June 25. This group knows that feeling OK can take a lot of work, and it's not always easy.
VA is moving forward with reintroducing select services at facilities across the country. The Montana VA Health Care System was selected as a Lead Site for the nation and will begin this first phase on May 18.
Under the VA MISSION Act, Veterans can expect a variety of improvements to community care. Eligibility criteria will be different, a new urgent care benefit will be provided, and customer service will be better.
Her senses were always up, in a constant state of fight or flight, ever since that day in May of 2012. Tiffany Baker, an Army National Guard soldier, was traveling in a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle
Nurse Mary Anderson with Montana VA Health Care System’s Anaconda Community Based Outpatient Clinic has been honored with a DAISY Award. Her award comes after being nominated by a Veteran who was suffering severe pain.