Portions of the Affordable Care Act take effect next year. Veterans receiving VA health care will not see any change in benefits or costs. However, many Veterans without health insurance are eligible for VA health care.
Paul Fetzer has painted over 500 ceiling tiles to decorate the Lebanon VA Medical Center. His artistic ability has and will continue to bring many smiles to our Veterans, their families and our employees.
Ben Thomas, a World War II veteran, enjoys the rose bushes at the Lebanon VA Medical Center. The serenity of the garden stands in stark contrast to the day he spent during the war blowing up a mountain south of Manila.
We want to invite any service member who participated in Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, or Operation New Dawn and their immediate families to our 7th Annual Welcome Home Event on Saturday, 6/8/13.
Our new look is designed to help you easily and quickly access information with intuitive and easy-to-use navigation. We know that you consider this website our front door. And we want you to feel welcome.
Sunday, December 12, 2004, is a day Staff Sergeant Amber Blanton will never forget. She was stationed in Afghanistan at the Kandahar Airfield where she worked as a paralegal specialist for the 25th Infantry Division.
A young visitor to the medical center asked why World War II Veterans are called the Greatest Generation. Frank Lashinsky’s story is one answer. The son of an immigrant coal miner, Frank started his first job outside the home at the age of ten.
Finding peace is sometimes difficult for Veterans. The stress of long deployments far from home, the need for constant vigilance and the perpetual uncertainty of one’s safety--slowly gnaw away at a person. But one Marine Corps Veteran has found peace through carving.
"No Veteran Dies Alone”...simply put, this program ensures that Veterans have people who care for and support them even at the end stages of life. Volunteers are there to talk, read or quietly sit with Veterans.