MOUNTAIN HOME, TN — Employees with Voluntary Services and Recreation Therapy at James H. Quillen VA Medical Center (JHQVAMC) partnered Dec. 8, 2022, providing holiday gifts to inpatient residents in the domiciliary at the medical center.
MOUNTAIN HOME, TN — Voluntary Services at James H. Quillen VA Medical Center (JHQVAMC) and Quilts of Valor Foundation partnered Dec. 8, 2022, providing hand-made quilts to in-patient residents at the medical center during the holiday season.
MOUNTAIN HOME, TN — The VA Employee Association (VAEA) at James H. Quillen VA Medical Center (JHQVAMC) hosted its second annual Holiday Festival and Market on December 2, 2022, for medical center employees.
MOUNTAIN HOME, Tenn.— Employees at James H. Quillen VA Medical Center (JHQVAMC) collected more than 21,500 pounds of food as part of Veteran Administration’s annual Feds Feed Families (FFF) Food Drive campaign, exceeding last year’s amount by more than one thousand pounds.
(MOUNTAIN HOME, Tenn.) — The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) presented James H. Quillen VA Medical Center (JHQVAMC) the Excellence in Patient Experience Award during a ceremony Sept. 7, 2022, for its dedication and exceptional experience delivered to Veterans and employees.
The JHQVAMC increased access to care for Veterans by adding specialty care services to its Knoxville clinic network. The Knoxville VA Specialty Care Clinic opened July 18, 2022, and offers centralized specialty care in line with the VA’s commitment to providing quality care to our nation’s Veterans.
State Senator Rusty Crowe of Tennessee’s District 3 presented James H. Quillen VA Medical Center (JHQVAMC) with Senate Joint Resolution 1114 during a ceremony June 6, 2022, honoring the medical center for its recognition as a top hospital for nurse-to-patient communication by a national publication.