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.
Acting Department of Veterans Affairs secretary orders comprehensive review of all aspects of the Office of Medical Inspector’s operation.
The event will highlight results of The American Legion's survey on veterans who suffer from the conditions.
The Legion will hold a town hall meeting and crisis center to assist veterans and family members affected by delays in accessing VA health care.
A recent VA audit showed that nearly 8,100 patients have waited more than 30 days for appointments at the city's VA facility.
The town hall meeting and crisis center will assist veterans and family members affected by delays in accessing VA health care.
National commander urges caution about use of non-VA health-care providers beyond the delayed appointment crisis.
More than 150 veterans get help during opening day of Legion's Crisis Command Center in Phoenix.
Wait times, quality of care among issues shared with Legion during town hall meeting in Phoenix.
Data released today confirms that the problems plaguing VA are widespread but fixable with proper leadership and appropriate resources.
Legion will be available via phone to answer questions from Department of Veterans Affairs health-care users June 10-13.