Homefront Pittsburgh To Offer Help To Veterans Making Transition To Civilian LifePittsburgh boasts one of the largest populations of veterans in the United States, yet there is no military base nearby to provide many essential services.
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.
Get Marty: VA Apologizes To Disabled Vet For Not Returning His Phone CallsA local Korean War veteran tried for nearly two months to get a phone call from the Veterans Administration and couldn’t. That’s when he knew he had to Get Marty.
Navigating The Resources Available Through The VAThe VA, with its array of services offered can seem at times huge and staggering. Here’s a quick summary to help you get started.
Internal Reviews Find Human Error At VA Responsible For Legionnaires' OutbreakTwo internal reviews regarding the spread of Legionnaires’ Disease at Pittsburgh's VA facilities shows employees and staff may have been responsible for the deadly outbreak.
Local Research Center Unveils Innovations To Help Disabled Vets, OthersA technology research center in East Liberty has taken the lead in producing adaptive devices for disabled veterans and others.
Controversy Brewing Over VA Hospital Presidential AwardWhen Maureen Ciarolla of Monroeville heard who the latest recipient of the Presidential Distinguished Rank Award is, she had a lot to say.
U.S. Attorney To Conduct Investigation Of Legionnaires’ OutbreakU.S. Attorney David Hickton says he intends to conduct his own investigation of the Legionnaire's disease outbreak at local veterans hospitals.