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James H. Quillen VAMC hosted a Veterans Town Hall July 30 at the Medical Center. The Town Hall is a quarterly event that features information from leadership and staff directly for Veterans and their families.
Veterans at the James H. Quillen VAMC were treated to some special guests recently as members of the Kingsport Mets baseball team stopped by. The players and coaches wanted to show their appreciation for Veterans.
James H. Quillen VAMC leadership and staff were excited to welcome Challenger the Bald Eagle to the medical center Aug. 2. Challenger and his team from the American Eagle Foundation put on two classes about Bald Eagles.
Both women and men can experience sexual harassment or sexual assault during their military service. VA refers to these experiences as military sexual trauma (MST). MST can impact a person's mental and physical health.
Heart disease is the Number 1 killer of women and is more deadly than all forms of cancer
combined. VA and the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women are partnering to raise awareness nationwide.
The Flu season is just around the corner. Your VA Healthcare System is ready to give your flu shot now. For the patients who receive their care at the Mountain Home VA Medical Center, a walk-in clinic is available