Hundreds of Veterans from across North Carolina recently visited the RecruitMilitary Veteran Career Fair held at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Nov. 21, to learn about opportunities to get back in the job market.
Sometimes it can be difficult to pick yourself up and dust yourself off after going through difficult times, but thanks to the W.G. (Bill) Hefner VA Medical Center, Veterans have one more aid on the road to recovery.
During a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 30, leadership from the Salisbury VA Medical Center and from the Armed Forces Families Foundation re-opened the lanes of the Bowling Center in Building 6 to patients.
Members of the Rural Health Integration team from the Salisbury VA Medical Center gave local Veterans a little shot to go with their coffee at Richard’s Coffee Shop and Military Museum in Mooresville, N.C., Sept. 26.
When Richard McDonald was 18 years old, he, like many others, never thought about the aches and pains he might have in his body as he grew older. he’s now dealing with the effects they have had on his body.
DURHAM, N.C. – The Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded a contract to Childress Klein-Cambridge Healthcare Solutions, LLC to design, build and provide facility management for a VA Health Care Center in Charlotte.