Take a Closer Look
As a VHA Health Professions Resident or Trainee, your career is just beginning. Take your first step on your new journey with VA.
Choice Act Training Expansion
The Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014 (VACAA) allows VA to expand the number of physician resident positions.
Celebrating 70 Years
In January 2016, the Department of Veterans Affairs celebrates 70 years of Academic Affiliations.
|As one of four statutory missions, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) conducts education and training programs for health professions trainees to enhance the quality of care provided for Veteran patients. To learn more about OAA and its mission, click here.||In January 2016, the Department of Veterans Affairs celebrates 70 years of Academic Affiliations. Click here to learn more about the history of VA’s educational engagement.|
|Partnering with VA for GME has never been easier. Take advantage of new consultative services and personalized guidance. To learn more, click here.||The Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014 (VACAA) allows VA to add 1500 new GME physician residency positions over 5 years with an emphasis on primary care, mental health, and critically needed specialties. Click here to learn more about how VACAA expands VA GME residency programs and training.|