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You never know when you may need emergency medical care, so knowing what to do and where to go will benefit you. During a medical emergency, Veterans should immediately seek care at the nearest medical facility.
Lebanon VA Eagle Heights Inpatient Hospice Unit is entering its 25th year of providing Hospice services to Veterans of South Central Pennsylvania. Inpatient Hospice opened its doors in October of 1993.
Veterans seeking PTSD treatment can trace the origin of their trauma to one keystone event. Clinical social worker Karen Madrigal noticed one Vietnam Veteran had too many incidents to pinpoint a specific event.
Lebanon VAMC’s VISOR program (Visually Impaired Services Outpatient Rehabilitation) helps Veterans regain their independence. The residential training program builds the skills one needs to conduct everyday activities.
Lebanon VAMC leadership signs the VHA Access Declaration.
The MyVA Access Declaration is a document which describes 9 Veteran Centric principles VHA will achieve to support open access in primary care and mental health.
The Lebanon VA Medical Center is hoping all of our Veterans and our visitors will rate our service as a 10! We don't want to settle for an 8 or a 9...we want to give you a perfect 10 for customer service!
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.