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Thursa Burton's brother, Rand, is a 100 percent mentally disabled Air Force veteran who is bipolar, diabetic and recently in danger of losing his toes from infection. Yet instead of being admitted to the Veterans Affairs Medical Center near his home
Less than 1½ years after the Department of Veterans Affairs opened its $1 billion VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas, earthmovers have begun churning the site again to expand the hospital's emergency room because the existing one is inadequate.
Long awaited but beset by delays, the VA Medical Center at Lake Nona likely will not see its first patients before 2015. From the outside, the sprawling 65-acre campus, the centerpiece of the Medical City, seems close to completion, but inside, large
Preliminary research by a psychologist at the Dallas VA Medical Center suggests doctors may one day be able to cure soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder by simply erasing fears from their minds. Think of it as opening a document a
A bill that would help bring an 80-bed veterans home to Walla Walla is getting another chance in the state House of Representatives. But federal funding that was once secure for more than half the cost is now in doubt. Senate Bill 5691, which passed
U.S. veterans are dying because of delays in diagnosis and treatment at VA hospitals. At least 19 veterans have died because of delays in simple medical screenings like colonoscopies or endoscopies, at various VA hospitals or clinics, CNN has learned.
The time frame is a shift for the government agency, which as recently as November had targeted an April opening. The contractor, Brasfield & Gorrie, has been standing by the December date for the past year, spokeswoman Tracey Sibley said. The region'
Slatore, MD, an assistant professor in the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine at the Portland VA Medical Center in Portland, Oregon, and a leader in patient-centered lung cancer research, to receive a $200,000 award, distributed over
Thursday, January 16, 2014 at 11:00 p.m...A Tuscaloosa man has agreed to plead guilty to a charge that he scammed nearly $43,000 from the U.S...Timothy Lee Hornsby, 55, was accused of falsifying his address on more than 450 travel vouchers he
As an infantry sergeant during the Vietnam War, he carried his radioman to the safety of a rescue helicopter after they were both wounded by a rocket-propelled grenade in 1968. For his valiant efforts in combat during the war that claimed the lives