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Intimate partner violence (IPV), which is often called domestic violence, occurs when a current or former intimate partner harms, threatens to harm, or stalks their partner. The VA has a program to help.
To get updates on VA Portland for potential clinic and other service closures or delays due to weather or other issues, please follow us on Facebook, this web site, or you can call our Alert Line at 503-721-1458.
Join us for a Veterans Town Hall and VBA Claims Clinic Dec. 3 from 10 am - noon at Portland VA Medical Center. You can also join the conversation via Facebook Live on the VAPORHCS Facebook page. See you there!
Join us for a VETERANS TOWN HALL and VBA Claims Clinic, Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Portland VA Vancouver Campus in the Columbia Rm. Please bring your questions, ideas and feedback. Hope to see you there!
Have YOU traveled abroad in the past 30 days? If so, for your safety and that of others around you, please notify staff immediately if you feel ill with: FEVER, COUGH, NAUSEA, VOMITING, DIARRHEA or a RASH.
VA Portland welcomes new health care system director to start in late July. Michael W. Fisher joins the VA Portland team from where he currently serves as Director at the VA Long Beach Healthcare System (VALBHS).
VAPORHCS and VBA Portland Regional Office Directors co-host a Veterans Town Hall on Thursday, May 26 at 5 p.m. at Portland VA Medical Center. Claims Clinic begins at 4 p.m. to talk about a Veterans specific issues.
The new Fairview Clinic (formerly 'East CBOC') Ribbon Cutting & Open House is March 3, 2016 at 10:30 am. Please join us! The East CBOC will close Mar. 4 for the transition. The new Fairview clinic will open Mar. 11.
Researchers at the Department of Veterans Affairs find both herbicide exposure and military service are associated with high blood pressure (hypertension) among Army Chemical Corps Vietnam era Veterans.