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Urgent Care Benefit InfoVA MISSION Act Urgent Care Benefit
The urgent care benefit covers treatment of non-emergent symptoms such as flu-like symptoms (coughs and colds), wheezing, sprains, sore throats, etc. which are typically addressed by urgent care facilities
Dieticians teaching exercises to VeteransMarch is National Nutrition Month
Happy National Nutrition Month! The VA's Whole Health model supports Veterans choosing their own goals. A VA dietitian can help use this approach to make progress towards your nutrition goals
Navy Veteran, James HealyTackling Low Vision One Eye at a Time
February is Low Vision Month. Low vision is characterized as a visual impairment that cannot necessarily be corrected by eyeglasses, contacts or surgery. Having low vision can make the smallest
Veterans sitting down talkingEveryone Can Play a Role in Suicide Prevention
Everyone can play a role in suicide prevention. Veteran suicide is not just a Battle Creek issue, it is a national issue. It is one that the Battle Creek VA continues to focus on with programs and initiatives
Warriors Walking With Their K-9sK-9s for Warriors: Because Together We Stand
Her senses were always up, in a constant state of fight or flight, ever since that day in May of 2012. Tiffany Baker, an Army National Guard soldier, was traveling in a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle
Veteran looking at Veteran PortraitsSpotlight on Veterans
Every day is Veterans Day at the VA, but we wanted to celebrate this year with a special Spotlight on Veterans Portrait display. The display included a variety of images that reflect the diverse population of Veterans
Recovery Trick or Treat eventLearning about Mental Health Recovery is a Treat
Don’t be tricked to believe mental health stigmas. Stigma sometimes causes people not to seek treatment for mental health illness. Mental health recovery is possible and treatment works.
Veteran swinging a bat playing baseballHitting with Heroes
On a cool fall day you can hear the sounds of the leaves rustling in the wind. In the distance there are the sounds of cheers, clapping and some jeers. Upon closer look you see what appears to be an
Director James DoellingBattle Creek VAMC Announces New Director
The Department of Veterans Affairs is pleased to announce the appointment of James Doelling as the new director at the Battle Creek VA Medical Center (VAMC), effective October 14th.
Be ThereSeptember is Suicide Awareness Prevention Month
September is Suicide Prevention Month, which gives the Battle Creek VA Medical Center an opportunity to increase public awareness about the warning signs of suicide risk, provide information about VA mental health

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