April 14, 2021

VA Center Wants to Hear From Hoosier Veterans

Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center. - FILE PHOTO: Jill Sheridan/WFYI

Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center.

FILE PHOTO: Jill Sheridan/WFYI

The Indianapolis VA Medical Center will host a public virtual listening session Thursday.

Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center Spokesperson Mark Turney said they want to hear Hoosier veterans’ opinions on designing a future health care system.

“The veterans, the services, the people that we serve - it’s their opportunity to talk with us,” Turney said.

Some discussion topics include, how veterans want care to be delivered in the future, perception of the quality of health care and experience with access to care at a VA facility.

The feedback will be used to develop the recommendations VA submits to the Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission in January 2022. The AIR Commission will also conduct public hearings as part of its review of VA’s recommendations before submitting its recommendations to the President and Congress for review and approval in 2023.

Particinpants may pre-register for the event, or join via computer the day of the event.

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