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smoke-free campus signSan Francisco VA is going smoke-free Oct. 1
As part of VA's commitment to provide excellent health care for Veterans, the San Francisco VA Health Care System is pleased to announce beginning Oct. 1, 2019, smoking will no longer be permitted on our campuses.
doctor examines male patient's left templeVA offers urgent care options to eligible Veterans
Under the MISSION Act of 2018, Veterans now have a new option for care for the treatment of minor injuries and illnesses, such as colds, sore throats and minor skin infections.
hepatitis c va national imageNew, Better Treatments for Hepatitis C
Hepatitis C treatment has changed significantly with the approval of new agents or fixed drug combinations. The San Francisco VA Health Care System encourages enrolled Veterans living with hepatitis C to seek treatment.
man smiles standing next to smiling male patient in hospital bed holding 3d models3D models improve care, reduce treatment costs
3D modeling being used to improve Veterans’ care at the San Francisco VA has increased surgical accuracies and improved clinician-centered workflow, reducing the time and cost of surgeries.
male and female volunteers smiling while holding balloons and standing in front of a wagon filled with Valentine's Day cards and bags for Veterans.Celebrating Veterans during National Salute
Employees at the San Francisco VA Health Care System celebrated National Salute with several events held throughout the week to thank Veterans for their military service and sacrifice.
man smiles while having blood drawn by a male nurseSan Francisco VA enrolls 5,000 Veterans in MVP
The San Francisco VA Health Care System enrolled its 5,000th volunteer research participant on Jan. 31 in the VA Million Veteran Program, which is building a genetic database to help develop new treatments for Veterans.
Veterans Crisis LineSuicide IS Preventable
Suicide is a major public health concern that can affect anyone regardless of age, race, gender, or socioeconomic background. Veterans are no exception - more than 6,000 committed suicide each year from 2008-2016.
Starcia Cousar and her family enjoy a special holiday treat at the Hilton Hotel in San Francisco.HUD-VASH Vet receives special holiday treat
Christmas came early for Starcia Cousar and her family. The mini vacation for her and her four children at a luxury hotel in San Francisco was a dream come true for the previously homeless Veteran.
My HealtheVet coordinator helps a male Veteran at a kioskDon’t Miss My HealtheVet’s Hidden Gems in 2019
Most Veterans with a My HealtheVet account are familiar with the most popular features such as scheduling appointments and prescription refills, but they may miss other helpful tools.
Portrait of happy family enjoying dinner sitting round festive tableTen Ways to Maintain Your Weight Over the Holidays
It's difficult to lose weight during the holidays. Maintaining weight is a more realistic goal to set when you’re spending time with family and friends. Here are 10 healthy eating tips to help you through the holidays.

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