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Charles George VA Medical Center - Asheville, NC

 

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Nurse deploys to ArizonaWhy I volunteered for DEMPS
Bryan Shipman, a Charles George VAMC nurse, volunteered for the Disaster Emergency Management System (DEMPS), and has deployed to Arizona to assist with COVID-19 efforts there.
Linda Bugg, a Registered Nurse at the Charles George VA Medical Center -- part of the Western North Carolina VA Health Care System -- has been recognized by the Great 100 Nurses in North Carolina organization.CGVAMC Nurse recognized by Great 100 Nurses in N.C
Linda Bugg, a Registered Nurse at the Charles George VA Medical Center -- part of the Western North Carolina VA Health Care System -- has been recognized by the Great 100 Nurses in North Carolina organization.
Nurses win national awardsNurses win national awards
Two Charles George VA Medical Center employees were presented Secretary of VA's Awards for Excellence in Nursing & for Advancement in Nursing Programs during a ceremony July 17 at the Charles George VA Medical Center.
Support your Whole Health: Take the time to relax and be present. Creative expression helps you to sort through feelings and get clear on what’s really important to you. Sharing perspectives helps everyone to see different sides of the story.Women Veterans Creative Arts Series
Who we are, and how we see ourselves, is always changing as we move through life. Moving fluidly through this wealth of changing perspectives keeps us healthy. So, tell your story!
Sometimes looking at your records can feel like you're looking at alphabet soup.Decoding VA acronyms
The WNC VA Health Care System is providing a commonly used acronym list. Here is an explanation of the symbols, abbreviations, and acronyms routinely used in Veterans' health records.
Telehealth at the Western North Carolina VA Health Care SystemSafe Health Care During COVID-19
The Western North Carolina VA Health Care System is highly committed to providing high-quality mental health care while keeping Veterans safe from exposure to the coronavirus.
All Western North Carolina VA Health Care facilities are practicing universal face covering.Universal Masking now required at WNC VAHCS
Universal masking required at all Western North Carolina VA Health Care System facilities. This guidance does not require a face covering for anyone for whom doing so would be contrary to his or her health.
Charles George VA Medical Center is in the planning stages of expanding services.Veterans Affairs Expansion of Health Care Services
The Department of Veterans Affairs is moving forward with a phased approach for expanding select services that were put on hold due to the coronavirus at medical facilities across the country.
Charles George VA Medical Center has initiated a drive-through pharmacy to help with social distancing.Coping with COVID-19 restrictions, continuing care
The current environment created by the COVID-19 pandemic has provided unique opportunities for VA healthcare providers to go above and beyond in serving Veterans -- even if it means turkey hunting.
Ginger Codd talks about what the "ICARE" acronym means to her.What "ICARE" value speaks to me
This feature takes a look at the Western North Carolina VA Health Care Team, and what the 'ICARE' acronym means to them. Ginger Codd, MHS, RD, CSR, LDN, CNSC - Clinical Dietitian, Nutrition Support, had this to say.

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