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Safe care is our missionWhat to Expect as Battle Creek VA Moves Forward
The Battle Creek VA Medical Center is moving forward to expand services. Find out what to expect as you come for appointments in the future. Safe care is our mission. Watch this short video and read to learn more.
Maintaining Whole Health at HomeMaintaining Whole Health at Home
We are living through unprecedented times. The stress that this causes can be great and overwhelming, but we are all capable of adapting to changing situations with the right mindset and routines.
March is National Nutrition MonthMarch Towards Better Health This Month
March is National Nutrition Month and this year the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is focused on promoting the development of healthy habits, no matter how small, for our nation’s Veterans.
VISOR ClinicVISOR Opens New Worlds for Blind Veterans
For Veterans that require visual impairment services, Battle Creek is among the best facilities in the whole region to receive care, therapy, and assistive technology training for Veterans with vision impairment.
Veteran and Family CouncilVeteran & Family Council Gives Voice to Veterans
The Veteran & Family Council is formed to work towards helping the VA to improve services for Veterans, be advocates for all Veterans in our care, and ensure that all voices are heard in the decision-making process.
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

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