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"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.
MST - Speaking up moving forwardMen Experience MST Too
Men who have been assaulted often feel stigmatized, which can be the most damaging aspect of the assault. At least 1 out of every 10 (or 10%) of men in our country have suffered from trauma as a result of sexual assault.
Picture of male Veteran and provider holding a book titled advance directiveAdvance Directive Day
April 16 Is National Healthcare Decision Day. You are invited to take advantage of an Advance Directive Day on April 19 at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center Auditorium from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Image of Baby surrounded by stuffed animalsNew Parents Baby Shower
Veterans that have welcomed a new baby into their family during the past year (2019) are cordially invited to a family friendly Baby Shower at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center.
Image of "The United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration", which is the official title given to the Department of Defense program in the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act.Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home
Friday March 29, Veterans, their families and community members are invited to attend a special Vietnam War Commemoration Ceremony beginning at 1 p.m. at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center Auditorium.
Recipient Dr. Mary E. Walker, MD wearing the Medal of Honor.Medal of Honor Recipient, Dr. Mary E. Walker, MD
Women Veterans have trailblazed on and off the battlefield, all while remaining the backbone of our families, our communities and our country. Read and learn about the first women Veteran Medal of Honor recipient.
Long time VA Primary Care Providers celebrate Veteran, Louis “Dean” Giacometti’s Birthday. Pictured left to right are: Sara Krzywkowski-Mohn, Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP),  WW II Veteran, Louis “Dean” Giacometti and Dr. James Huey, retired Chief of Primary CareWW II Veteran celebrates 99th birthday
February 27th, WW II Veteran, Louis “Dean” Giacometti along with his wife, Patricia of 74 years celebrated his 99th birthday. Dean served from 1942 to 1945 in the Army Air Corps at Okinawa, Japan.
Women walking her dog with the text, Be good to your heart! Stress less, Move more and Eat smartLearn ways to be good to your heart
Stress Less, Move More and Eat Smart! Learn ways to be good to your heart at the "Go Red" for Women event on February 27 from 2 pm to 3:30 pm in the Cincinnati VAMC Auditorium.

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