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Transgender Veteran Finds Himself Through Yoga and Community

Jay Cambridge has embraced many changes on his life journey. He is a Veteran, a yoga instructor, and he is transgender. Each of those transitions have helped shape him into the person he is today.

Jay Cambridge, a transgender Air Force Veteran, provides instruction to a group of yoga students.

My HealtheVet Advanced account being discontinued

If you have a My HealtheVet Advanced account, there are three ways to upgrade to Premium level: in person, online, or virtually via phone or video. Upgrading your account is free.

A man and a woman looking at the My HealtheVet homepage on a laptop.

In-person Million Veterans Program appointments

The VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System is enrolling Veterans into the Million Veteran Program (MVP) with in-person appointments on June 23, 2021. MVP is a national research program that studies how differences in genes, lifestyle and military experiences affect Veterans' health and illnesses.

Gwendolyn, a woman Veteran patient with the Million Veteran Program with the future of medicine is in your genes banner.

Veterans’ Feedback Needed from Health Care Surveys

VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System is constantly evolving the way it provides care based on feedback from Veterans. Shortly after a visit to a VASNHS hospital or clinic, Veterans may receive a survey that asks them about their visit. These can come in two forms: a SHEP or V-Signals survey.

VA female provider discussing health care outcomes with male Veteran.

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