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Veterans Affairs premiers new local health care magazine

June 30, 2011

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Will Ackerman -- Public Affairs Officer

VA Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System

4101 Woolworth Avenue (00P)

Omaha, NE  68105

Office:  (402) 995-4719

Cell:  (402) 332-6780






June 30, 2011


Veterans Affairs premiers new local health care magazine


OMAHA, Neb. — The Department of Veterans Affairs Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System published the first edition of a new magazine July 1.


The magazine–the link–includes news, features, and information about services and benefits available through the VA health care system. It also highlights employee and Veteran news as well as events occurring at the health care system’s eight facilities throughout Nebraska and western Iowa.


The publication is available at  the link. People can sign up at the website to automatically receive the link to the magazine or other public affairs products via email.


A link to the magazine will also be published at the VA NWIHCS social networking sites at or


Hard copies of the publication are available at each of the health care system facilities.


The VA Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System proudly serves more than 167,660 veterans in Nebraska, western Iowa and portions of Kansas and Missouri.   Omaha’s medical center is an inpatient facility and also a large outpatient clinic for primary and specialty care. The Community Living Center is in Grand Island. There are community-based outpatient clinics in Lincoln, Grand Island, North Platte, Holdrege, Norfolk, Bellevue and Shenandoah, Iowa, and a contracted outreach clinic in O’Neill, Neb. For more information, visit