Are You A Veteran? Here’s Why You Should Choose the VA Health Care System
This article is sponsored by the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs – VA Salt Lake City Health Care System in association with American United Federal Credit Union. The VA Salt Lake City Health Care System is proud to serve the greatest generation and all eras of Veterans. This is who they serve. This is why they serve. Please take advantage of your VA health care benefits today at https://www.saltlakecity.va.gov/patients/eligibility.asp
What Does the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System Offer?
VA provides world-class healthcare, research and treatment to any eligible United States veteran who risked their life to keep our country safe. Here are some of the specific services VA offers.
Treatment and Recovery
VA is the world leader in the treatment and recovery of veterans. Whether a veteran’s wound is physical or emotional VA has the research and expertise to ensure a soldier’s successful transition to civilian life. VA Salt Lake City prides itself on treating the whole Veteran: body, mind and spirit to include: basic primary care, mental health treatment to include PTSD, care for women veterans, pain management, and treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) VA also leads the way in prosthetics rehabilitation for amputees.
It’s More than a Hospital, It’s a Community
VA is a gathering place for veterans to support each other and find health and wellness. The camaraderie keeps them strong and connected to others who have been through similar experiences. Many volunteer and choose to continue to give back to their fellow veterans.
The Culture of VA
The staff of the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System is made of Veterans who choose VA because they want to continue to serve. Employees there are dedicated, compassionate individuals committed to the mission of serving those who have served.
Find Out if You Qualify for Benefits
Please take advantage of your VA health care benefits today at https://www.saltlakecity.va.gov/patients/eligibility.asp
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