Pittsburgh VA’s New Director Says Staff Is Focused On Better Care, Meeting Vets’ NeedsThe Veterans Administration hospital in Pittsburgh is trying to change a bad image.
Get Marty: Veteran’s Mother Pleads For Help For Her SonThe mother of a U.S. Marine Corps veteran in an emergency situation reached out to KDKA’s Get Marty.
Pittsburgh VA's ICU Reopens After Mold DiscoveryThe intensive care unit of a Veterans Affairs hospital in Pittsburgh that was shut down after mold was found in a ventilation system has been reopened.
Mold Discovery Shuts Down Intensive Care Unit At Pittsburgh VA In OaklandThe discovery of mold during a routine maintenance inspection has shut down the intensive care unit at the Pittsburgh VA’s University Drive campus in Oakland.
Officials Investigating After Legionella Found Again At Pittsburgh VAThe Pittsburgh VA is dealing with Legionella once again, after three faucets at one of its hospitals tested positive for the bacteria.
Pittsburgh VA Fires 2 Who Bound Co-Worker With Duct TapeThe Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System has fired two workers and disciplined five others after a worker complained that he was harassed and bound with duct tape.
Report Clears Pittsburgh VA Of Legionnaires' AllegationsThe Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System occasionally delayed reporting test results for patients suspected of having Legionnaires' disease, but treatment wasn't affected by those delays, the VA's Office of Inspector General said in a report issued Tuesday.
Pittsburgh VA Wants To Fire 3 Who Bound Co-Worker With TapeOfficials with the Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System want to fire three people and discipline four others after a worker complained that he was harassed and bound with duct tape.
Pittsburgh VA Investigating Alleged Incident, Issues StatementSeveral employees are reportedly on leave while an alleged incident is under investigation at the Pittsburgh VA Hospital in the city’s Oakland section.
KD Investigation: Congressman Wants Answers In Vet SuicidesAfter fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq -- returning U.S. veterans are committing suicide in astounding numbers.
Grieving Father: VA Isn't Doing Enough To Prevent Vet SuicidesHis son survived the war, but lost the battle at home.
Pittsburgh VA Clears Up Backlog, Shortens Wait TimesCongress was shocked to learn that at a VA facility in Phoenix, Ariz. 1,700 veterans had languished on waiting lists – and some had died awaiting care.