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Company Updates

  • VA welcomes all LGBT Veterans to its facilities to receive high quality, respectful care. VHA personalizes health care to the unique needs of LGBT Veterans and develops and delivers training to VHA staff on LGBT health care.

  • Spinal cord injury (SCI) nursing at VA is a challenging and rewarding career that’s essential to the lives of many of our nation’s heroes. Learn more:

    Care for Veterans as a spinal cord injury nurse at VA - VAntage Point

    Spinal cord injury (SCI) nursing at VA is a challenging and rewarding career that's essential to the lives of many of our nation's heroes. On our outstanding team, you'll treat acute and chronically ill patients with complex physical and psychosocial needs, using your advanced clinical knowledge and skills.

  • National Nurses Week is a time to honor our contributions to the VA health care system, both in the role we play as clinicians and as leaders who significantly influence the quality of Veterans’ care. The American Nurses Association (ANA) has determined this year’s theme to be “Nurses: Inspire, Innovate, Influence,” and is intended to align with the “Year of Advocacy”.

  • To excel as an employer, it’s essential to know what’s working for our employees and what isn’t. Take a look at some recent Glassdoor reviews to see where our organization is thriving and where it can improve.

    VA on Glassdoor: evaluating our latest reviews - VAntage Point

    At VA, we're constantly striving to improve our business for the benefit of our workforce and the Veterans we serve. That's why we make sure to keep a finger on the pulse of the employee experience by regularly reviewing reports on websites such as Glassdoor.

  • We’re still looking to hire 1,000 #MentalHealth professionals this year—including #Psychiatrists—as part of our nationwide Mental Health Hiring Initiative.

    Improve Veterans' mental health as a VA psychiatrist - VAntage Point

    Throughout the United States, there are around 25,000 psychiatrists diagnosing, treating and helping prevent various mental illnesses, such as depression and anxiety disorders. It's the kind of work we perform daily at VA, as we strive to improve the lives of America's Veterans.

  • Our commitment to women who serve is important. Learn how the VA's Women Veterans Health Program is leading the charge to become a national leader in #women’s health.

    Celebrating Women's History Month: VA's history in serving women Veterans - VAntage Point

    March is Women's History Month, and VA would like to celebrate in part by reflecting on our proud history in serving women Veterans. Read on to see why this important time of year means so much to our team.

  • The best in health care: see how VA hospitals compare to other industry leaders.

    Industry bests: how VA stacks up - VAntage Point

    There is a lot of attention and credence given to "best lists" - whether it is the Top 100 Hospitals, Top Military Friendly Employers, or Best Workplaces list; there is always a common denominator. These lists almost always exclude Government comparison. There is constant negative press about the government; fraud, theft, poor safety, lack of access and employee satisfaction.

  • VA is looking for Network/Medical Center Directors and Senior Leadership Executives to honor America’s Veterans. Help ensure the best care for our Nation’s Veterans through your experience! Learn more about these leadership opportunities.

    Senior Executives: consider a career to enhance Veteran care with your leadership acumen - VAntage Point

    Senior Executive Leaders looking for the opportunity to ensure the best care for our Nation's Veterans through your experience, skill and leadership? Look to VA. The following Senior Executive opportunities are immediately available: The Assistant Deputy Under Secretary for Health for Clinical Operations (ADUSH/CO) is a licensed physician organizationally responsible to the Deputy Under Secretary for Health Operations and Management (DUSHOM) in VHA Headquarters in Washington DC.

  • We’re looking to add 1,000 new mental health practitioners this year, including psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals. Our recruiters will be online from 2-3pm EST on Wednesday 2/14 to answer your questions. Take an opportunity to learn more about this amazing career path.

  • Working to support the challenges facing a new generation of Veterans, VA seeks to hire 1,000 Mental Health professionals this year.

    Learn about the VA mental health hiring initiative - VAntage Point

    At VA hospitals throughout the nation, opportunities are available for psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals, as we look to hire 1,000 mental health providers this year. Consider a career with VA if you're interested in improving the lives of America's Veterans.

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