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Fayetteville VA Coastal Health Care System


Local Features

picture of cake recognizing Heather Hennessey as 1st VA National Peer Specialist of the YearFay VA employee earns VA’s 1st national Peer Award
Army Veteran and military spouse Heather Hennessey, a Fayetteville VA Coastal HCS certified peer support specialist, is the recipient of the inaugural VA National Peer Specialist of the Year Award.
Health Teaching Kitchen logoClass equips, empowers Veterans in the kitchen
Fayetteville VA Coastal HCS launched a new 4-star Healthy Teaching Kitchen to equip and empower Veterans to make better nutritional decisions in the kitchen. 6-week series benefits MOVE! program participants.
Take Charge My Life & Health LogoFay VA’s Whole Health program gets turboboost
Fay VA’s expanding Whole Health program is poised to merge into the fast lane due to training conducted to teach peer support specialists and staff to facilitate Take Charge of My Life and Health or groups for Veterans.
FNCCHCS Mental Health SummitFay VA hosts community mental health summit
Community mental health and human services agencies, providers, vendors, Veterans and family members participated in Fayetteville Coastal Health Care System Annual Mental Health Summit Sept. 9.
Pull for Prevention graphicTruck Pull brings awareness to suicide prevention
Fayetteville NC Coastal HCS Suicide Prevention Team joined forces with community partners Sept. 7, to host "Pull for Prevention," a community event to bring awareness to suicide prevention and mental health support.
Fay VA's 1st robotic surgeriesVA, DOD pact yields Fay VA's 1st robotic surgery
VA/DOD collaborative partnership achieves dual milestone, Fayetteville VA’s first robotic surgeries using Da Vinci technology and the VA Coastal Health Care system’s first Da Vinci surgeries at Womack AMC.
Fay VA, NCDAR host baby showerFayetteville VA, NCDAR host baby shower
About 20 women Veterans and their spouses were treated to a baby shower Aug. 28 thanks to the generosity of the NC Daughters of the American Revolution with an assist from our Women's Clinic and Voluntary Services.
VA Secretary Robert Wilkie and Sen. Thom Tillis stop to admire a display case housing donated Veterans’ memorabilia starting to take shape in the lobby of the Wilmington Heath Care Center.SECVA Checks Recovery as 1-year anniversary nears
VA Secretary Robert Wilkie accompanied Sen. Thom Till (R, N.C.) through stops at Wilmington Health Care Center and other locations in the Fayetteville VA Coastal Health Care System catchment Aug. 6 and 7.
VA MISSION Act Urgent Care BenefitVA MISSION Act Urgent Care Benefit
Starting June 6, new VA MISSION Act offers urgent care benefit. Veterans must have been seen in the VA system or by a VA community care provider within the last 24 months in order to use this benefit
Daniel L. Ducker, new Fayetteville NC VA Coastal Health Care System DirectorVA Announces Ducker New Fayetteville VAMC Director
Daniel L. Ducker is the new director of the Fayetteville NC VA Coastal Health Care System. He will oversee delivery of health care to nearly 75,000 Veterans with an operating budget of $332.8 million.

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