VA officials hold training at Monument Valley High

More than sixty area veterans attended a special training last month to learn more about how the Veterans Administration works and how to secure benefits they are entitled to receive. Representatives from several Veterans Administration agencies conducted the special training summit at Monument Valley HS to address veterans’ concerns, answer questions and talk about the Veterans Administration. According to the […]

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Mobile Vet Center visits UNHS clinics

The Grand Junction Vet Center, in conjunction with the Colorado Veterans of Foreign Wars, recently brought a special Mobile Vet Center (MVC) to San Juan County to visit the four UNHS Community Health Centers. According to Melissa Cleveland, Veterans Coordinator at Utah Navajo Health System, Inc., two representatives from the Vet Center and one from the VFW brought the mobile […]

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Veterans medical benefits once again available locally through UNHS providers

There’s good news for Veterans who were recently informed they could no longer receive VA medical treatments from UNHS providers. UNHS and the Veterans Administration are working on two different contracts for local Veterans that will allow them to receive treatments through UNHS providers again. The Veterans Administration has reconsidered its ruling, regarding UNHS patients who are Veterans but not […]

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UNHS offers healthcare, other services for veterans

Military veterans, who have been looking for an easier way to receive VA medical services, other than traveling to Grand Junction, Colorado or Salt Lake City can actually receive those services right here in San Juan County. Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. contracted with the Grand Junction VA Center more than four years ago to provide a wide variety of […]

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