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The Tomah VA held their annual Independence Day Celebration on July 10th in the Tomah VA center courtyard. Veterans were invited to participate in various carnival-like games including ring toss, plastic axe throwing, table roulette, skee-ball, basketball and more.

Veterans Independence Day carnival

In a very moving ceremony on Wednesday, July 3, 2024, Veterans were joined by their families, friends, community members and VA staff as the Tomah VA Medical Center honored La Crosse area Veterans over 100 years of age at its first Centenarian Celebration.


VA Health Connect provides Veterans with the “Right Care, Right Now” by providing convenient access to trusted VA professionals who can give them integrated, coordinated care to meet their needs. This program is a shift in culture and a renewed focus on Veteran-centric care


Comprehensive Health and Wellness (CHW) Program at Fort McCoy took part in their Community Day at the Tomah VA Medical Center on Friday, April 26, 2024.

Tomah VA Community Days

Tomah VA local Ho-Chunk Native American Women Veterans.

Tomah VA local Ho-Chunk Native American Women Veterans.

Tomah LGBTQ+ Coordinator aims to improve communication and education of LGBTQ+ Veterans and Suicide.


Tomah VA partnered with the Great Lakes Health Care System for the VISN 12 Mental Health Summit 2023 during Mental Health Month.

2023 VISN 12 Mental Health Summit

Patrick Wilkinson, 38, a Veteran from La Crosse, Wis., is participating in the 37th National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic, this week in Aspen-Snowmass, Colorado.

Tomah VA Director Karen Long honors Vietnam Veterans head of National Vietnam Veterans day March 29rd.

Fire department! If anyone’s here, call out!

fire truck and crew