United States Department Of Veterans Affairs
In the past five years, Billings has experienced explosive growth in health care facilities and services for veterans. Now some veterans question whether they have grown so large that administrators at Fort Harrison cannot effectively manage them from 250 miles away.
A Glendive veteran says his confidential medical diagnosis, birth date, address and Social Security information were compromised when the VA Montana Health Care System mishandled his request for medical services.
Veterans will have an opportunity to ask questions of Johnny Ginnity, acting director of VA Montana Health Care System, during a town hall meeting on Nov. 13.
VA medical facilities on the Billings West End will soon become a one-stop destination for veterans.
Newly named Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald has wasted no time outlining a national recruitment effort to bring needed medical professionals into the VA, which could benefit the VA Montana Health Care System.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs owes Ed Saunders a swift and sincere apology.
A field of six candidates vying to lead Montana’s VA Health Care system is being narrowed as officials prepare to name a new director.
For the second time in less than two years a search is underway for someone to lead the VA Montana Health Care system.
The latest scandal in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs isn’t about quality of health care, but rather about veterans’ being unable to get care when they need it.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Montana Health Care System scored high in areas of patient satisfaction and call responsiveness, though it ranked near the bottom in patient wait times, employee satisfaction and turnover, according to a recent report by the VA inspector general.
A standing-room-only crowd of at least 200 people Friday morning helped officially open the $6.3 million Majestic Lane Clinic, which gives veterans in the Billings area access to specialty services.
Calling the high suicide rate among America’s combat veterans unacceptable, U.S. Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., on Wednesday laid out a plan to deal with the crisis.
In less than six weeks, the $6.3 million Majestic Lane Clinic on Billings' West End is scheduled to open to veterans.
The United States has not accounted for its veterans in a nationwide census since 2000 and both Montana veterans and U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., are imploring the U.S. Census Bureau to get it done.
The backlog of U.S. veteran pension and disability claims is a national disgrace and a hardship to thousands of American warriors and their families.
Happy New Year greetings ring true at the Mental Health Center that serves Yellowstone and 10 neighboring counties.
After months of fine-tuning the details for the Yellowstone County Veterans Cemetery to become a national burial ground, a dedication ceremony is on the horizon.
Contractors anticipate finishing the newly expanded 70,000-square-foot Veterans Affairs Clinic in Billings by Feb. 1.
LAUREL — Four deceased homeless veterans from Yellowstone County will finally receive a headstone to mark their final resting place.
Van for vets. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is contributing $22,000 toward a van for Independence Hall to transport homeless veterans to work, medical appointments and job interviews. Volunteers of America operates the transitional living center on Lake Elmo Road. Sen. Jon Tester …