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Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center

 

Local Features

VA Video ConnectVA Video Connect
Conduct visits with your health care provider outside the hospital setting in a location you feel the most comfortable in. (A device with internet, camera and microphone capabilities required)
Social Work MonthSocial Work Month
March is a month dedicated to the VA’s tireless and hardworking Social Workers. Throughout the month, Social Work Service will be hosting a series of events to educate Veterans and family on various programs offered.
Wear Red for American Heart MonthAmerican Heart Month
Women face a unique challenge when it comes to cardiovascular health. Symptoms of heart disease are usually different for women as are life transitions, such as pregnancy and menopause.
National Salute to Veteran PatientsNational Salute to Veteran Patients
The Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center invites the public to participate in open-house activities February 9-15, 2020 during the National Salute to Veteran Patients Week.
New Main EntranceNew Main Entrance
The new main entrance is open to the public and will operate twenty four hours a day, seven days per week. The main circle will offer three designated lanes for valet/bus, patient drop off and drive through traffic.
VA Learning Opportunities Residency Program (VALOR)VA Learning Opportunity Residency Program (VALOR)
The Clarksburg VA is offering a year-long clinical residency for BSN nursing students. VALOR is designed to increase participant's clinical skills, judgment and critical thinking while caring for our nation’s Veterans.
Angel TreeAngel Tree for Homeless Veterans
The Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center is hosting the 6th annual Angel Tree for Homeless Veterans. This program gives joy to our homeless Veterans by providing necessary items for the cold winter months.
World Spine DayWorld Spine Day
October 16 of each year is World Spine Day. The purpose of the event is to remind us of the importance of keeping the spine mobile and flexible, in order to not suffer with chronic back pain.
Whole Health - AcupunctureWhole Health: Battlefield Acupuncture
The Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center offers acupuncture and battlefield acupuncture. According to Dr. Clyde Moxley, the method has been added to the Primary Aligned Care Teams.
Veterans Treatment CourtVeterans Treatment Court In Harrison County
The Veterans Treatment Court is a one stop shop to connect Veterans who are having struggles in their lives with the right programs, benefits, and services needed to get a second chance for a new beginning in life.

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