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The Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center is happy to announce the arrival of new Medical Center Director, Dr. Robert J. Fischer to Spokane. In addition to being a U.S. Military Veteran, Dr. Fischer is an OB-GYN physician.
Tracye B. Davis, FACHE and the Deputy Director at VISN 20’s Portland VA Health Care System began her detail as Interim Medical Center Director at the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center effective June 9, 2017.
After a successful 20 year career as an Army trauma and critical care nurse, Debbie Duncan, Nurse Educator is retiring. She topped that by serving Veterans and staff during her career at Mann-Grandstaff VAMC.
John Givens has just earned a promotion, 20-plus years in the making. "I have the best job," says the husband and father of two, who chose to forfeit the higher salary to proudly serve military Veterans.
He smiles a lot and it’s contagious. He keeps things loose for his co-workers and the Veterans he serves. Everyone likes and respects Dr. Parry, Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Integrative Health.
Vietnam War Veteran Arnie Holt’s respect for others is easy to see. He has a vision and he’s compelled to honor all Veterans where Holt formally presents a “roll call” depicting each Veteran’s service.
A popular Veteran, VA employee, and former volunteer, Walt Mabe is riding off into the sunset, deciding to retire following recent surgery. Nearly 48-years ago, an (IED) detonated underneath Walt Mabe while he fought.
Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center’s Health Care Administration welcomed more than 60 people representing the local and regional health care industry during two workshops, focused on the Veterans Choice Program (VCP).
Thanks to innovative research at the Baltimore VA, older Veterans are making strides — literally — in their ability to move about, stay balanced, prevent falls and get up from a fall if they do have one.