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Health Education

Patient Education Videos

MyHealtheVet

Join the millions of Veterans already on MyHealtheVet!Veterans: Are you a VA Patient and Registered My HealtheVet User? Upgrade your account with In-Person Authentication and gain access to critical health information. Improve your online activity, improve your access and enjoy the benefits of a free upgraded account.

Women Veterans Health Care Videos

You Served, You DeserveWomen are enrolling in the VA at record levels, challenging a VA health care system that has historically cared for a mostly male population. Women Veterans proudly served. Explore this video series to hear from women Veterans—of all ages and conflicts—on the care they receive in VA facilities across the country, and learn what steps VA is taking to ensure that every Veteran receives the best care anywhere. Produced by Women's Health Service.

Home Oxygen Safety: A Veteran's Story

Home oxygen videoVeterans who use home medical oxygen and their family members need to keep basic safety issues in mind to avoid fires and injuries. Listen to one Veteran's true story on this video and avoid learning "the hard way," as he did. Produced by the Northern Arizona VA Health Care System and the National Fire Safety Organization.

Preparing for Surgery 

Provider and patient in the recovery roomWhether you are having outpatient or inpatient surgery, there are certain things you should know to help prepare for your upcoming surgery. Get an insider’s view of what you can expect and how to prepare! Viewers should write down their questions and bring them to their health care team.