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VA health care turns 75 this year—and the Madison VA is inviting Veterans to celebrate. VA established the Department of Medicine and Surgery in 1946, later becoming today’s Veterans Health Administration (VHA).
The VA is encouraging Veterans to stop smoking as part of the annual Great American Smokeout to improve their physical and mental health by combining cessation counseling with other VA clinical resources and support.
The Veterans Heath Administration (VHA) announced today that the Madison VA Hospital’s Chief of Staff, Alan Bridges, M.D., is the winner of the VHA John D. Chase Award for Executive Excellence in Health Care.
On October 14th, Madison VA doctors performed their first operation using their new da Vinci Xi robot. With a robotic surgery program in place since 2014, the Madison VA offers cutting edge technology to Veterans.
October 15th is Global Peer Support Celebration day. Each year, peer supports around the world take that day to recognize the success of peer support programs in addressing mental health and addiction.
Beginning Wednesday, September 30th, through November 13, 2020, the Madison VA will temporarily close its inpatient psychiatry unit to allow the remodel of a new inpatient medical care unit on the floor above.