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Winter in West Virginia can be brutally cold, but thanks to the Knights of Columbus of Loudon County Sweats for Vets event, inpatient Veterans at the Martinsburg VA Medical Center will be able to stay a little warmer.
The Martinsburg VA Medical Center sent eight employees to areas affected by Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Matthew over the last few months, as part of the Disaster Emergency Medical Personnel System (DEMPS) program.
Four Martinsburg VA Medical Center employees deployed to North Carolina as part of the Disaster Emergency Medical Personnel System (DEMPS) program, which was activated to assist with Hurricane Florence relief efforts.
On Aug. 22, there was a line down the medical center hallway with candidates eager to attend the Martinsburg VA Medical Center (VAMC) Nursing Career Fair and learn more about what it means to be a VA nurse.
While yoga does many physically positive things for Veterans, it also focuses on mindfulness. Mindfulness concentrates on a participant’s mental state by helping bring awareness to one’s thoughts and feelings.
Taking care of your health is just a fact of life and sometimes it can be complicated. The Department of Veterans Affairs makes taking care of your health easier for Veterans thanks to the Home Telehealth Program.