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Hershel Woody Williams VA Medical Center


Local Features

t shirts on a clothesline for Military Sexual TraumaClothesline Project 2020
The Clothesline Project display has been the Hershel “Woody” Williams VA Medical Center’s way to increase awareness and offer support to victims of Military Sexual Trauma (MST).
Flags in front of the main Medical CenterFocus on construction and understanding
Hershel “Woody” Williams VA Medical Center is the healthcare destination of choice for Veterans in the Huntington regional area using today's technology and top providers & staff to deliver care of the highest quality.
Construction progress on the Hershel Woody Williams RRTP in July, 2018Hershel “Woody” Williams focuses on modernization
Hershel “Woody” Williams VAMC has broken ground on many paths to modernization. Leadership and staff are creating a Veteran healthcare plan for the future using on campus, local resources, and on-line techniques.
Small rocks with namesHuntington VAMC Feature Stories
Thirty-nine stones lay scattered beneath the leafy branches of a young maple tree. Each stone bears the name of a loved one who was lost to suicide. Billy, Rita, Scott are among the names painted on the stones,
Rick Bohnke"I was too scared to be afraid"
When Rick Bohnke entered the Army Air Corps in 1945, he didn’t go the traditional route through boot camp. Bohnke was a senior in high school when he enlisted in what is now known as the U.S. Air Force.
National Wellness AwardHVAMC Selected for National Wellness Award
The Huntington VA Medical Center (VAMC) has been selected for a Bronze Award in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Workplace Wellness Award program for Fiscal Year 2017.
Civil War Veteran William Harrison Searls, Sr. HonoredCivil War Veteran is Honored
Civil War veteran William Harrison Searls, Sr. slept in an unmarked grave for almost 100 years, unrecognized for his service among the Union forces during the War Between the States.
Army Veteran George Jackson in his cycling gear.Winfield Amputee Stays Active through Hand Cycling
Veteran George Jackson, of Winfield, has been working hard to prepare for the National Veterans Wheelchair Games coming up in June in Salt Lake City, Utah. In the past he has brought home both silver and gold medals.

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