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As part of a commitment to provide high quality, comprehensive VA health care to Veterans in the Mercer County service area, the Princeton VA Outpatient Clinic is relocating to a larger facility less than a mile away.
Homeless Veterans living in the eleven counties surrounding Beckley are safely housed thanks to the efforts of an interagency initiative. The Mayor announces an end to Veteran homelessness in the region.
Beckley VAMC announces the installation of a new laboratory automation system that combines peak performance, adaptability, and intelligent technologies to orchestrate sample and information flow in the laboratory.
Our new look is designed to help you easily and quickly access information with intuitive and easy-to-use navigation. This redesign is based on feedback from Veterans and VA facilities around the country.
Stephen Hudson from McDowell County, West Virginia, competes at the world's largest annual wheelchair sports competition - The 32nd Annual Wheelchair Games. Hudson bought home a Gold medal in weightlifting. He lost both of his legs due to blood clots, but is working hard toovercome the challenges of his disability.
Don't take your organs to heaven. Heaven knows we need them here. - Organ and tissue donor bumper sticker
Every third Monday at the Beckley VA Medical Center, a local support group for organ transplant recipients and their families meet to discuss topics from lifelong antirejection medications and their side effects to the spiritual and social issues of organ donation and receipt.