VA Puget Sound Health Care System is promoting healthy relationships during Domestic Violence Awareness Month as part of the national call to action to prevent and eliminate sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic and intimate partner violence.
SEATTLE (July 29, 2022)—VA Puget Sound Health Care System is hitting the road again with its Mobile Medical Unit with a dedicated weekly visit to Chehalis Veterans Museum beginning August 3, 2022. Care is by appointment only (no drop-in availability).
When VA Puget Sound Health Care System Executive Director Michael Tadych moves into his next job with VA’s Office of Inspector General, a key part of his job will be on promoting efficiency, effectiveness and integrity across the Department of Veteran Affairs.
This year’s National Veterans Creative Arts Festival drew more than 1,400 Veteran artists from 118 VA health care facilities across the country. Of the 2,050 submissions, seven VA Puget Sound Health Care System Veterans received top awards—five gold medals, one silver and one bronze.
“He loved it all,” said Bonnie Jackson, daughter of U.S. Air Force Colonel Joe Jackson and VA Puget Sound Health Care System Wall of Heroes 2020 Honoree (posthumously), said when describing what her dad enjoyed most about his legendary military career spanning three wars (WWII, Korea and Vietnam).