MTVAHCS Hosts Virtual Town Hall for All Veterans on September 28

FORT HARRISON, Mont.— The Fort Harrison VA Medical Center is hosting a virtual town hall for all Veterans from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sept. 28.  Veterans can join by phone at 866-478-3358 or visit for a livestreamed video. The town hall will also be livestreamed on the Montana VA Facebook page.

“It is more important than ever to be engaged with your healthcare, and we are grateful for the many ways Veterans have remained connected during the pandemic,” said MTVAHCS Executive Director Dr. Judy Hayman. “We understand there are many questions about COVID-19, clinic openings and a variety of other issues. We hope Veterans attend Tuesday’s virtual town hall so we can answer as many questions as possible.” 

This town hall will focus on flu shots, COVID-19 updates, upcoming clinic openings across the state as well as other issues such as mental health programs and suicide prevention. The second part of the town hall will be open to Veterans’ questions and concerns. Representatives from Veterans Health Administration and Veterans Benefits Administration will be available to answer questions.

The MTVAHCS serves over 47,000 enrolled Veterans across Montana—an area roughly 147,000 square miles in size. Veterans are cared for by a staff of 1,400 at 18 sites of care across the state.  One third of Montana VA employees are Veterans.  


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