A closer look by the Veterans Administration at Montana's Fort Harrison and other clinics found that the average wait time for vets at the clinic were over 47 days, more than three times the 14 day goal set by the VA itself
Following the release of a new VA Inspector General interim report showing that Arizona veterans were forced to wait an average of 115 days before receiving their first appointment, Representative Steve Daines once again called on VA Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign.
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — In a recent review, the Department of Veterans Affairs Montana Health Care System ranked high in patient satisfaction but came in near the bottom for patient wait times and employee satisfaction
Representative Steve Daines is scheduled to meet with veterans in Missoula and Helena on Friday to talk about the ongoing issues within the Department of Veterans Affairs and also address the challenges facing Montana veterans as they navigate the VA system.
Veterans Administration clinics are under scrutiny across the country after the discovery of an attempted cover-up of deaths due to long wait lists in Arizona. Long wait lines for service are something Missoula vets say they have had to deal with too.
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