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Cincinnati VA Medical Center Clinical Nursing Informatics Applications Coordinator, Jeffrey Griffith, RN recognized as one of only five 2019 Inspire Healthcare technology finalist.Nurse is Technology Award Finalist
Clinical Applications Coordinator, Jeffrey Griffith, RN was recently recognized as one of only five 2019 Inspire Healthcare technology finalist. "His expertise is invaluable to the success of the Medical Center."
RN, Devon Wavra stands at her workstation at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center.Transgender Awareness Month
As a part of this awareness and remembrance, Nursing Services at the Cincinnati VA asked RN, Devon Wavra to share her experiences as a transgender nurse and veteran at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center.
Pharmacist Specialist assists women Vetern with questions about her medication.Know Your Pharmacist—Know Your Medicine
Pharmacists have an important role educating Veterans as integral members of the healthcare team. The fact is, the more you interact with your pharmacist, the more you will know about your medications.
(Pictured above, left to right: Medical Center Director, Mr. Mark Murdock, MHA, FACHE, presents Ms. Johnson with a “Twice as nice!” blood donation sticker thanking her for donating and supporting the needs of Veterans served at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. Photo taken by Chris MalottOne blood donation to serve two Veterans
Blood drives at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center are held quarterly and donations are honorably used for Veterans receiving care at the Cincinnati VAMC. Learn how to sign up for the next blood drive.
Image of male torso having blood drawn by in a blood labKnow your HIV status?
HIV is a virus. According to the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) statistics approximately 1 in 7 people living with HIV don’t know it. Do you know it?
Four Pride parade participants carry individual balloon shaped letters that spell LOVE.Serving LGBT Veterans
The Cincinnati VAMC, recently recognized as a HEI 2019 LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Top Performer, lined up to be part of the Cincinnati Pride Parade & provided support to Veterans at Sawyer Point on June 22.
Items donated to Veterans after they completed their Military Sexual Trauma Courage groupVeterans inhale Courage at Cincinnati VA
"It was liberating. I had been confined; imprisoned all these years...Just stepping in the room on the first day, I wasn't undercover anymore. To have this level of freedom was like being able to exhale."
"The Cincinnati VA Medical Center is a great place to be, " shared U.S. Army Veteran Harvey Dubose pictured in front of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center.Recovery Success of a Veteran
As a Veteran and volunteer, Harvey would like other Veterans to know, "you have someone here for you." Harvey volunteers and has participated in the Treatment, Recovery and Activity Center (TRAC) program.
Image ofsnacks provided to VeteransSnacks for Veterans
Veterans received snack bags at the main entrance of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center and expressed their appreciation to Volunteers passing out the items saying, “Thank you for the great treats.”
Image of women looking sad and thinkingHelp is Here
How do you know if you are experiencing something related to Mental Health? Sometimes it can be hard to tell. Remember is to talk to your primary care or mental health provider when you notice new symptoms or problems.

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