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Agent Orange Town Hall - VA & Vietnam Veterans of AmericaAgent Orange / Toxic Exposure Town Hall
Come learn about the health problems associated with exposure to Agent Orange and other toxic chemicals and how they affect your health and the health of your children and grandchildren for up to six generations.
Veterans Cuisine, Choice OfferingsPortland VA Celebrates 1 Year of Room Service
Nutrition and Food Services Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary of Room Service. After years of research, planning, construction, training, Nutrition and Food Services (NFS) launched the inpatient service program one year ago.
Group photo of poetry event participants.How Writing Helps Heal Portland Veterans
On Saturday, January 26, 2019, more than 40 veterans, family members, VA caregivers, and members of the community attended a writing retreat facilitated by Kim Stafford, Oregon’s Poet Laureate.
Event ribbon cutting.New Simulation Training Center Opens
On January 9, 2019, Portland VA Health Care System opened a new location for the Simulation Training Program (STP) located on the second floor of building 101 at the Portland VA Medical Center.
Banner with image of woman veteran and text that says join us for a women veterans health fair.Women Veterans Health Fair
You are invited to join VA Portland Health Care System for a Women Veterans Health Fair to celebrate women Veterans, learn about women’s health topics, and meet staff in our women’s health program.
Veteran ConnectionVAPORHCS Veteran Connection Winter 2019 Newsletter
The VAPORHCS Veteran Connection Winter 2019 Newsletter! The latest from the Director, an update on the MISSION Act, resources for Veterans managing pain and for families dealing with Veterans with mental health issues.
Get involved - make a difference!Preventing suicide - you can make a difference
Preventing Veteran suicide is a top priority – you can make a difference too. It is a national public health issue that affects all Americans. VAPORHCS has resources to help you make a difference in preventing suicide.
Blinded Veterans Association IconMeet New VSO at Portland VA
Stephen D. Butler is a Navy Veteran and Veterans Service Officer (VSO) with Blinded Veterans Association. If you are a Veteran who needs assistance please do not hesitate to reach out to Butler.
Veteran Steven Johnson and his wife Gale.Veteran Thanks VA Laboratory and Hematology Team
Steven Johnson is a Veteran who served in the United States Coast Guard from 1961-1969. He recently came in to the Portland VA Medical Center for chemotherapy and had a special gift to present to the laboratory staff.
Photo of Veteran Steven Johnson and spouse.Veteran Thanks VA Laboratory and Hematology Teams
Mr. Steven Johnson had an ongoing issue with dizziness due to unstable blood pressure. In January of this year he was hospitalized at the Roseburg VA where he was found to have rapidly clotting blood.

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