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Salem VA Medical Center


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Bikes for VetsBikes for Vets
Salem VA Medical Center and Goodwill Industries of the Valley is making commuting easier for some Veterans that are searching for employment or already employed but have barriers to transportation.
VETextRemembering your appointments just got easier!
Did you know that Salem VA Medical Center is now using VEText? This is a new automated text messaging service that reminds you of an upcoming health care appointment. If you have a cell phone you may see texts soon!
Salem VAMC Inpatient PTSD Unit in Building 9.Salem's Inpatient PTSD Unit - Renovation and Renewal
Salem's Inpatient PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) Unit focuses on treatment and recovery for Veterans of all eras with combat-related PTSD or military sexual trauma.
7th Annual Regional Veterans Job Fair2018 Regional Veterans Job Fair
Are you a Veteran and looking for a job? The Salem VA Medical Center and the Virginia Employment Commission have partnered together to sponsor the Seventh Annual VETERANS ONLY job fair.
Dispose of Unused RXNational Drug Take Back Day
Do you have old prescription drugs you want to dispose of? The Salem VA Police Service can help! On Saturday, April 28, 2018, the Salem VA Police Service will participate in the National Drug Take Back Day initiative.
United States Department of Veterans Affairs Police ServiceVA Police Service continues to go the extra mile
Administering law enforcement and security is not all that Salem VA Medical Center’s Police Officers perform, they are also trained to administer Naloxone, also known as NARCAN.
Did you know that brushing your teeth reduces your risk of developing pneumonia?Healthy Teeth, Healthy You!
Did you know brushing your teeth can reduce the risk of pneumonia? VA Researchers have found that this simple intervention improves the quality of life and health of our Veterans.
Veteran continues to workout to stay physically fitVeterans Utilize Salem VAMC's Gerofit Program
At the Salem VA Medical Center, veterans who are 65 and older are provided the opportunity to participate in Gerofit, a program designed to target the effects of aging and improve stamina, strength, and balance.
Left to right, Donalee White (friend), Mother Goose, Mandy Price (Salem VA Medical Center, Travel Veteran Coordinator)US Army veteran grateful for VA health care
This Veteran describes her rewarding experience with Salem VA Medical Center, during an adventurous hike on the Appalachian Trail. Learn how VA travel Veteran coordinators assisted this Veteran.
Salem VAMC employees assist young teenager14-year-old boy gets emergency medical treatment
Thanks to the fast response by Salem VA Medical Center’s nurses, social worker, contracting officer, and a pharmacy intern, a 14-year-old boy received the emergency medical treatment he urgently needed.

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