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VISN 4 Calendar

Find out what events VISN 4 has planned for your area.





Town Hall Meetings

VA will continue a series of quarterly Veterans Town Hall Meetings designed to allow feedback from Veterans, family members and other stakeholders. Learn more and find a town hall meeting near you!



VISN 4 Fact Sheet

Explore VA. Learn what benefits you may be eligible for. Explore VA
VA offers benefits that can improve the lives of Veterans and their families. Some benefits may also be available to active-duty Servicemembers. Apply today and find out if you are eligible.

Around VISN 4

VA Butler Social Worker Sandy Beahm provides care for U.S. Army Veteran J. Anthony Cazzell during a Clinical Video Telehealth session.VISN 4

Telehealth
VISN 4 is using modern technology to expand access and provide patient-centered care in non-traditional locations, such as a Veteran's home, an institution of higher learning, or a community clinic.

U.S. Navy Veteran John Neudorfer.BUTLER

Help Through VIST
About three years ago, U.S. Navy Veteran John Neudorfer started going blind while on a boat trip with his wife. Now completely blind, he attends VA Butler's monthly Visual Impairment Services Team (VIST) support group.

Dr. Charles Atwood using an iPad in the hallway of a patient care unit.PITTSBURGH

New iPads Will Help Patient Care
Technology is revolutionizing health care delivery. At VA Pittsburgh, 600 new iPads will help doctors provide faster and more timelier service to Veterans.

Tucker County CBOC.CLARKSBURG

Tucker County CBOC
Tucker County is home to a newly constructed VA outpatient clinic. The new clinic will serve more than 1,200 Veterans from seven counties and will feature a Wall of Honor to post photos of Tucker County Veterans.

Youth volunteers pose in front of their coffee and book carts before heading off to meet with Veterans.PITTSBURGH

Youth Volunteers Bring Happiness to Our Veterans
With smiles on their faces and wearing blue shirts, a group of teenage volunteers brings coffee and cheer every day to the Veterans at VA Pittsburgh's University Drive campus.

Recent Publications

Cover image of the lastet issue of Vision for Excellence
Vision for Excellence
Issue 18 | Spring 2014


Cover of 2013 VA Healthcare-VISN 4 annual report
2013 Annual Report


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