Skip to Content

Stories

Read about what's happening in our system or nearby VA health care systems.

New patient check-in with your phone

The Sheridan VA Health Care System will soon offer check-in by phone.

Veteran using smart phone

VA Sheridan Healthcare System is hiring nurses, offering scholarships

It has been said that without employees an organization cannot survive and prosper. At the VA Sheridan Healthcare System we employ more than 200 RNs, LPNs, and nursing assistants, and have a need to hire more nursing staff as the demand for Veteran healthcare services has increased.

A group of nurses, medical staff and a prospective applicant

VA Rocky Mountain Network - 2021 Year in Review

It has been an exceptional year for the VA Rocky Mountain Network (VISN19 - Veterans Integrated Service Network), of which VA Sheridan health care is a part of. As we move forward into 2022, we would like to take a moment to reflect on many of the things that occurred in 2021.

Screen grab of annual report cover - A year in review, 2021 annual report

Upholding Valor podcast: Nell Bright, World War II WASP pilot

They were pioneers during a time their country needed them most, yet they were also America’s best kept secret until recently. The Women Air Force Service Pilots of World War II paved the way for women in the military today. 100 year old WASP Veteran Nell Bright is the epitome of Upholding Valor.

Nell Bright

Video - Learning from the Past - Positioning for the Future

Throughout the VA Sheridan Healthcare System, everyone worked tirelessly to care for our Veteran population as the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the United States.

A Veteran receives a vaccine from a health care worker

USS Arizona survivor recalls the “date which will live in infamy”

Eighty years later he can still hear the sirens wailing from Battleship Row. The sounds are what he remembers most from that day. That, and the fires.

Ken Potts, in Navy in 1941 and in 2021

VA respiratory therapist finds hope in New Orleans

It was late March and the grip of COVID-19 had frozen the nation. Businesses closed, residents hunkered down, and the world stopped. But for the second time in a year, Eduardo Cardenas was running toward the danger.

Respiratory therapist Eduardo Cardenas and other healthcare professionals wearing masks and working with COVID-19 patients.