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Paul, North Carolina

I’m retired Army. Twenty years ago the VA was great. You were seen for 30 minutes quarterly and the doctor listened and checked you over. A few years later, it went to 30 minutes twice a year. Still not bad, but the same doctor seemed distracted and rushed. He...

Robert, North Carolina

I went into a local VA hospital for an exploratory catheterization to check on the condition of my heart after being told that it was the only way to know for sure what was going on in a male’s heart. I was awake for the first few minutes and then the next thing...

George, North Carolina

When it comes to Compensation and Pension claims, unfortunately, delay and deny is the rule which is followed. Sure, when asked, all claims are reviewed expeditiously and carefully with SOME exceptions. However, when there is a low cap set for the annual budget, this...

Robert, North Carolina

After years of enduring neck pain & simply learning to deal w/ it, I filed a claim for it & the knee issue that plagued me since my Active Duty time. I submitted a stack of paperwork probably about 2-3 inches high, which apparently was submitted in vain. The...

Christine, North Carolina

I needed an x-Ray on my foot for a possible fracture. My only option through the VA was to drive to approximately 2-3 hours away… for an x-Ray on my foot. I had an X-ray taken and my foot was fractured. My opinion is that the VA offers substandard care to those...