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Virtual Listening SessionVirtual Listening Session
VA is hosting public virtual listening sessions to hear from Veterans on how to design a health care system of the future for Veterans in a way that reinforces VA’s role as a leader in the U.S. health care system.
U.S. Air Force Veteran Marshana HarrisConnecting with Women Vets
U.S. Air Force Veteran Marshana Harris served as a load master for the B-1 bomber plane. However, at just 19 years old her military career was cut short when she found herself being a survivor of Military Sexual Trauma.
Scott Belden, Physical Therapist accepts a hat for the display from a Veteran patient.Veteran Hat Display
At the Butler VA Health Care System, we honor our Veterans any way we can. One of those unique ways – a Veteran hat display at the Michael A. Marzano VA Clinic in Mercer County.
U.S. Air Force Veteran David McPeakDispel the Myths
Air Force Veteran David McPeak retired in 1994 and was eligible at that time to use the VA. But, because of what he had heard about the VA, he did not. Today, he is one of the VA’s biggest advocates.
Charles “Chuck” FeltsA Veterans Story: Charles “Chuck” Felts
My name is Charles Felts. I am a 22-year Veteran having served 13 years in the Marine Corps and 9 years in the Army National Guard. I have my issues, but I am in a much better place today thanks to the Butler VA.
U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Joe EmeryVA Prescriptions at Home
U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Joe Emery has been refilling his prescriptions over the phone and having them mailed to his house for a few years now, and “it makes life so much simpler!”
Flu shot being administeredButler VA Fall Flu Clinics
The Butler VA will be offering flu vaccination clinics to Veterans at the main campus and community clinics this fall. Getting a flu vaccine this fall is more important than ever to protect yourself and others.
U.S. Army Veteran Kenneth PiperExpedited Housing During a Pandemic
Army Veteran Kenneth Piper was living in a community homeless program when the COVID-19 pandemic struck. The Butler VA’s homeless team worked quickly to find a more permanent, secluded housing option to keep him safe.
Butler VA staff holding signs that say We Love Our VeteransExcellence in Patient Experience
VA recently recognized the Butler VA Health Care System for Overall Excellence in Patient Experience. The award was based on performance in patient experience, employee experience, and trust.
U.S. Army Veteran Brian BurtonResiding at the VA During COVID-19
Army Veteran Brian Burton started at the Butler VA’s Domiciliary, a residential rehabilitation treatment program, in January. A few months later, everything changed for Veteran residents with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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