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Fayetteville VA Medical Center

Local Features

Flu shot needleFlu shots available in a variety of ways
Veterans enrolled for health care through the Fayetteville VAMC can now receive their annual flu shot in a variety of ways including walk in flu clinics or by request during primary care appointments
Fayetteville VA Health Care Center is set to open in NovemberObserver to publish Fayetteville HCC Series
The Fayetteville Observer is presenting a series of weekly short articles and photos to introduce the Sandhills Region and area Veterans to the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Health Care Center set to open in November.
FVAMC Urgent Care Clinic Expands to 24-hour OperationsFVAMC Urgent Care Clinic Now Open 24/7
The Fayetteville VAMC Urgent Care Clinic has doubled its operating hours, expanding from 12-hour, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. treatment hours to 24 hour (7 days a week) services, effective July 6, 2015.
Sean N. Turner is the new associate director for the Fayetteville VAMCNew associate Director settles in at FVAMC
Sean N. Turner is the new associate director for the Fayetteville VAMC, providing oversight for facility operations and resources for the Fayetteville VA enterprise, which delivers care to 61,000+ veterans each year.
Liz Bruce, 2014 VA Interior Designer of the Year2014 VA Interior Designer of the Year
Facility interior designer Liz Bruce earned recognition as 2014 VA Interior Designer of the Year for significant contributions in the area of project planning and coordination for the Fayetteville VA Medical Center.
Fayetteville VAMC now has a “one stop” Call Center to provide exceptional customer service to Veterans and their families.  The Call Center currently serves Veterans assigned to PACT Clinics in Bldg. 1 & 50 along with Village Green.Fayetteville VAMC Call Center
Fayetteville VAMC now has a “one stop” Call Center to provide exceptional customer service to Veterans assigned to PACT Clinics in Bldg. 1 & 50 and Village Green. Call (910) 488-2120 Ext. 7816, Mon-Fri, 8 to 4:30.
Dr. Craig Fowler, Eye Bank Association of America's 2014 R. Townley Paton Award recipientSurgery Chief Earns Ophthalmology Honor
Fayetteville VAMC Dr. Craig Fowler is Eye Bank Association of America's 2014 R. Townley Paton Award recipient, presented to an ophthalmologist who exemplifies the precepts of the founder of the world’s first eye bank.
Flu Shot needleFlu Clinic
Veterans enrolled for health care through the Fayetteville VAMC can now receive their annual flu shot in a variety of ways including walk in flu clinics or by request during primary care appointments
Fayetteville Emergency Department converting to urgent careFayetteville VAMC Transitions ED to Urgent Care
The Fayetteville VAMC Emergency Dept. is temporarily converting to a daytime Urgent Care Clinic. Other Medical Center functions will proceed as normal and those services will not be interrupted. Effective immediately.
Free Wi-Fi is now available in most FNCVAMC outpatient clinic waiting areasFree Wi-Fi now available for Veterans, Visitors
Good news for Veterans or visitors! Fayetteville VAMC now provides free Wi-Fi in most outpatient clinic waiting areas, the Emergency Dept Waiting Room, the CLC Dayrooms and Canteen Dining Room/Retail Store Area.

From the Veterans Health Administration

Richard Weaver, Registered Cardiac Invasive Specialist and Dr. Izzat Shah, M.D. Helping Hands for Healthy Hearts for PA Veterans
At the Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center, the new cardiac catheterization suite offers state-of-the-art care for area Veterans close to home. Less travel and loved ones by their side.
Potted plants on displayVeteran Shares Green Thumb Hobby with Fellow Vets
An Iraq war Veteran tells his story of post-combat struggles and how Veterans Affairs health care professionals helped him commit to a better life and share his green thumb hobby.
Female soldier standing in front of American FlagVeteran Sexual Trauma Victims: You Are Not Alone
After Mary experienced Military Sexual Trauma, she was afraid to report it. She thought she was alone. She got help at VA and now wants to get the word out to other Veterans about MST coordinators.
Dr. Schutzer conducting researchVeterans Find Prostate Cancer Cure at McGuire
Veterans across America travel to McGuire VA Medical Center in Richmond for treatment of moderate to aggressive forms of prostate cancer using “brachytherapy” a much better option for Veterans.
Doctor and patient shaking hands10 Things About The Veterans Choice Program
Here's all the information about the Veterans Choice Program. Find out if you are eligible to receive health care from a community provider. How is the 40-mile calculation determined? And other FAQs.
Wheelchair basketball gameVeterans Compete in National Wheelchair Games
For Veterans with physical disabilities, the National Wheelchair Games help Veterans become aware of their abilities and potential. And there is a great spirit of healthy activity and camaraderie.
A member of the VA Central California Health Care Systemís Hepatitis C Clinic approaches a      homeless personís tent in Fresno, Calif. Getting homeless Veterans tested for Hepatitis C
Jennifer Siilata is a VA clinical pharmacist and she knows how dangerous the Hep C virus is if left untreated. She knows it is curable. Her goal? Find high-risk homeless Veterans and get them tested.
Golden Triangle Performance Ensemble entertains Pittsburgh Veterans after parade around campusPittsburgh Veterans Celebrate the Fourth of July
Independence Day parade at the Pittsburgh VA Medical Center honors Veterans living in the Community Living Center. Third year for performers who call it the “highlight of their year.”
Illustration of back musclesVeterans with Back Pain Have Treatment Options
In a survey of more than 3,500 back pain sufferers, 80% said that yoga, tai chi, massage therapy or a chiropractor helped them. Those options can help as much as surgery or drugs, with fewer risks.
Doca Merdjanoska, surgical department nurse at the VA Central California HealthFresno VA Medical Center's Nurse of the Year
Meet Doca Merdjanoska from Macedonia, one of VA's top nurses. Our continuing series of outstanding VA employees features a surgical department nurse at the Fresno VA Medical Center.

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