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New Mexico VA Health Care System


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Christina Ramirez, Program Manager, Albuquerque Fisher HouseAlbuquerque Fisher House
The Fisher House provides a “home away from home” for families of Veterans and Active Duty Servicemembers receiving medical care at major military and VA medical centers. Learn more here.
Sonja Mason, a Social Worker with the North Texas VHCS speaks with Veteran and offers assistanceMarch is National Social Work Month!
Social Workers are multitaskers with big hearts, They are multitaskers with big hearts who have an uncanny ability to assess, treat and case manage all at the same time! Find out more in this month's feature article.
Researcher assists Veteran participant with registrationAll of Us Research Program Visits The NMVAHCS
New Research Program visits the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center, as part of a nationwide research program that gathers information to help researchers learn how to fit the right treatments to the right people.
Army Veteran, Don Toland, communicates with other Veterans via a ham radioTherapy and Communication through Ham Radio
Most people envision the Internet for email and instant messaging, texting, or the old fashion phone call to communicate. However, for some Veterans, the ultimate form of communication is the ham radio.
Fisher House Representatives Break Ground in AlbuquerqueAlbuquerque Fisher House Ground Breaking Event
On November 9, 2018, The Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center hosted a ground breaking ceremony to announce the building start up for the 1st ever, VA Fisher House for the state of New Mexico.
Man talking on stage by podium2018 NMVAHCS Mental Health Summit
The 6th Annual Mental Health Summit was held on August 29th at the New Mexico Veterans Memorial. The purpose of this year’s summit was to enhance the mental health and well-being of veterans and their family members.
Woman practicing boccia ballNVGAG Coming to N.M. in 2018
Having the “Games of Enchantment” held in New Mexico will showcase our great state, our wealth of cultural diversity, and our love of Veterans. More than 800 Veteran athletes are expected to participate.
Woman handing a coin to a manVA Sets Goal: No Veteran Dies Alone
The hospice section of Unit 4D at the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center can be a lonely place for some Veterans. Helping Veterans and their loved ones in that situation is a program called “No Veteran Dies Alone.”
Andrew WelchVA Health Care Improving for N.M. Veterans
Dr. David Shulkin, VA Secretary, recently spoke about the challenges facing the VA. Here is what the New Mexico Veterans Affairs Health Care System is doing to improve health care services for our Veterans.
Four men in a small lab3D Printing Network Includes Albuquerque VA
The Veterans Affairs Center for Innovation (VACI) recently launched the first nationwide medical 3D printing network through a collaboration with Stratasys, one of the largest manufacturers of 3D printers globally.

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