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Mountain Home VA Healthcare System


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CLC Staff making butterCLC celebrates Day on the Farm
In honor of National Nutrition Month, the James H. Quillen VA Medical Center’s Community Living Center recently celebrated “A Day on the Farm: A Walk Down Memory Lane” for its residents.
Dr. Valerie WilsonJHQVAMC Doctor has study published in JAMA
Dr. Valerie Wilson, an extended care physician with JHQVAMC since 2014 and the director of the Geriatrics and Memory Loss Clinics, has worked on the team studying blood pressure and dementia for six years.
Town Hall imageVeteran Town Hall Feb. 14
James H. Quillen VAMC will host a Veteran Town Hall meeting and resource fair, Feb. 14, 2019, at the Medical Center. All Veterans, their families, and community members are invited to attend.
Fifty-five Thanksgiving meals were donated to local familiesStaff donates Thanksgiving meals
Staff at the William C. Tallent VA Outpatient Clinic in Knoxville donated 55 Thanksgiving meals to the Knox Area Rescue Ministries, Friday. The meals will be distributed to area families soon.
Interactive Wayfinding availableInteractive Campus Map Available Online
Hospitals may not be the easiest for Veterans to navigate when not feeling well, but JHQVAMC offers a web-based interactive map that will hopefully help ease the burden of finding your way to an appointment.
ETSU Athletes Visit VeteransETSU Basketball visits Veterans
Members of the ETSU Men's Basketball team stopped by the Medical Center to visit with Veterans Friday, Sept. 7. The team spent time with some residents and staff in the Community Living Center.
Warrior to Soul Mate program at JHQVAMC"Warrior to Soul Mate" program
The James H. Quillen VA Medical Center offers Veterans and their significant others a chance to reconnect through participation in a program called “Warrior to Soul Mate,” or W2SM.
Congressman Roe Visits USS Indianapolis Survivor James SmithCongressman Visits USS Indianapolis Survivor
Seaman Second Class James Smith, a patient at the James H. Quillen VA Medical Center, was visited July 30, 2018 by Congressman Phil Roe, chairman of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs.
JHQVAMC hosts Veterans Town HallVAMC hosts Veterans Town Hall
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.
Kingsport Mets visit VeteransKingsport Mets visit Veterans
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.

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