Health Matters, Television for Life
Your opportunity to talk directly with physicians, nurses and other regional experts about the health issues that are important to you. Teresa Lukens hosts this monthly conversation and viewers are encouraged to call, text or email their questions for the panel.
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Our most recent Health Matters, Television for Life program:
Nancy Benton PhD RN, CNS, CPHQ Associate Director / Patient Care Services, Spokane VA Medical Center
Quinn Bastian PhD, Chief, Behavioral Health Service, Spokane VA Medical Center
Christine Haas, Health Care Administration Services, Spokane VA Medical Center
David Baird LICSW, Team Leader, Spokane Vet Center
Helpful links and further information
Important phone numbers:
Women Veterans Health Program: 509-434-7608
Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255 (800-273-TALK)
Primary Care Mental Health Team: 509-434-7026
VAMC Mental Health Home Team: 509-434-7013
VAMC Enrollment or Eligibility: 509-434-7009
VAMC Human Resources: 509-434-7389
VAMC’s Health Care for Homeless Veterans programs and Clinic in downtown Spokane (705 W. 2nd Ave): 509-462-2500.
Downloadable publications (PDF format)
Veterans Town Hall Meeting – Monday, March 30, 2015 at VAMC’s Community Living Center (CLC) from 2:00 -3:30p.m.
**Nearly half of the 900+ staff at the VA Medical Center, Community Based Outpatient Clinics and the VA-contracted Rural Health Clinics are Veterans themselves!
“Veteran Stand Down” events (start at 8am) ahead in 2015 (more than 10,000 Veterans, families and volunteers participated in 2014):
Coeur d’Alene, ID May 9 (Kootenai Co. Fairgrounds)
Wenatchee, WA Aug 21-22 (National Guard Armory)
Moses Lake, WA Sept. 12 (Grant Co. Fairgrounds)
Colville, WA Sept. 19 (Stevens Co. Fairgrounds)
Libby, MT Oct. 3-4 (VFW Post 1548)
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