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Photos of a person learning how to do pottery while wearing a blind fold.Blind Rehab Center Open House
Can you imagine yourself blind and making pottery? VA Long Beach’s Blind Rehabilitation Center invites you to experience the world of blindness and visual impairment, and learn how VA helps them remain independent.
Computer keyboard with the word "update" in one of the keysKeep your contact information current
VA Long Beach Healthcare System wants to remind all our Veterans how important it is that we have your current contact information at all times. Please update your contact information on a regular basis.
Photo of Ms. Brady walking with a white cane on a busy roadBlind and Confident
This is the story of Ms. Brady, a female Veteran who lost her vision along with her confidence during a surgery, but was able to transition back into the world, thanks to services offered at Blind Rehabilitation Center.
Interim Deputy Secretary of the VA, Mr. Scott Blackburn, during the Employee Town Hall at VA Long Beach.Visit from Central Office
VA Long Beach hosted an Employee Town Hall with the Interim Deputy Secretary of the VA, Mr. Scott Blackburn, on May 3, 2017. Employees had an opportunity to ask questions and share what makes VA Long Beach unique.
Photo of Doctors and Nurses and the words “Job Fair for Physicians and Nurses”Job Fair on May 6
The Human Resources Department of VA Long Beach is putting together a Job Fair featuring same-day interviews and on-spot job offers for qualified candidates. Event will take place on May 6, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Photo of a female and a male pharmacists.Medication Copayments Change
VA released new copayment amounts to be effective early 2017, and anticipates that 94 percent of copayment eligible Veterans will experience no cost increase, and 80 percent will save between $1 and $5 per 30-day supply.
A pen, a notebook and the words “Ask Questions. Get Answers.”Veterans Town Hall
VA Long Beach Healthcare System and Los Angeles Regional Benefits Office, invite Veterans, their family members, and community stakeholders to join us for a Town Hall on November 30, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Veteran Joseph Jacobson writing a poem while seating on a bench of a beautiful and quiet garden at VA Long BeachStories Revealed Through Art
When Joseph Jacobson attended Middle School, he could barely pass his English classes. Today, as a mature Vietnam-Era Veteran, he shapes stanzas, crafts words and translates past experiences into award-winning poems.
Photo of Veteran working out and his assistantBe Involved in Your Healthcare
You can play an active role when you have a visit with your health care team. To get the most out of your visit, plan the questions you want to ask and the things you want to discuss.
Shovels, grounds and Fisher House Foundation logoFamily is Good Medicine
A groundbreaking ceremony for new Fisher House at VA Long Beach will take place on October 6, 2015 at 11 a.m. The Fisher House in Long Beach will be the eighth Fisher House in the State of California.

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