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The VA Clinic in Bloomington has moved to a new location at 2100 South Liberty Drive. The dedication ceremony is December 12th. The ceremony will include tours and discussions on health care enrollment.
Your VA has created a new “intent to file process” for Veterans and survivors who intend to file a claim for VA compensation, pension, or survivors’ benefits but need additional time to gather all of their information.
We want to provide our Veterans with the most convenient and high quality health care possible. CVT aims to make the local community the preferred place of care whenever possible by bringing the best care to you.
VA works closely with trauma survivors to assist Veterans recovering from experiences of Military Sexual Trauma (MST). Every VA health care facility has an MST Coordinator who serves as a contact person for MST.
Veterans taking hydrocodone combination products need to know that the Drug Enforcement Agency has now moved this pain reliever into the Schedule II medicine category. Pharmacies will more strictly control this medicine.
As a result of a research study at Indianapolis VAMC, it was learned that patients with strokes have a very high rate of sleep apnea, and the traditional methods of screening for sleep apnea are not useful. Read more.