The range of health issues facing America's veterans is both wide and ever-evolving. The American Legion recognizes this and provides valuable health-care information on a variety of conditions, as well as regularly updated information on the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Legion voices backing of massive Senate bill that would expand VA medical treatment and services, bolster veteran employment and educational opportunities.
Veterans who suffer from either condition are urged to participate in the Legion’s month-long online survey.
Delayed diagnoses and treatments at VA hospitals and clinics are claiming the lives of patients.
The city’s VA medical center has acted decisively to prevent future Legionella outbreaks, but needs to improve local and national communications.
Congress agrees that electronic information-sharing system remains 'the chief end goal' and can improve health-care services for veterans.
National commander says troops, military retirees and their families should not be targeted in new efforts to cut federal costs.
The American Legion’s national commander wants VA to take immediate action to correct deplorable conditions at the Jackson VAMC.
Pending Senate measures that are Legion-backed include one to expand eligibility for VA health care.
While Department of Veterans Affairs’, TRICARE health coverage meet Affordable Care Act standards, options are available to family members not getting required coverage.
PTSD-TBI event will coincide with organization’s annual Washington Conference.