Cincinnati VA Medical Center
Welcome to your Appointment
When a Veteran arrives for an appointment on the 4th floor of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center they are welcomed respectfully and professionally by Medical Support Assistants, Deborah Travis and Tracey Julius.
Veterans know them both by name. The Veterans experience begins with smiling and having a positive experience even before they are seen for their appointments. Deborah and Tracey have made their reception area welcoming and festive by sharing holiday decorations and cheerful smiles. Several Veterans seeing the decorations have shared, "that it makes them feel like they will go home and decorate their homes themselves."
When you look at their photo you will see a sign that says, "Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life."
Deborah shared, "We love what we do."
Clinics Seen on the 4th floor of the CIncinnati VA Medical Center include:
We realize that the quality of healthcare that is received by Veterans can be directly impacted by quality of the work environment of those who serve you. Employees at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center are compassionate and dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of our Veterans.
Thank you to Medical Support Assistants, Deborah Travis and Tracey Julius for sharing their photo and information with public affairs.
Lisa Hollenbeck is a Public Affairs Specialist at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center and is a Veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. She was stationed at Kaneohe Bay, HI and served as a Trumpet player in the Marine Forces Pacific Band.
If you have a story idea that you’d like to share please contact Public Affairs Specialist and Minority Veteran Program Coordinator, Lisa Hollenbeck at (513) 861-3100 ext. 6049 and/or by email at email@example.com