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Improvements to our phone system


We are happy to announce that we have made some improvements to our phone system. Please click on this link or dial 404-321- 6111 to listen to our updated phone menu. Our menu is now shorter, easier to navigate, and designed to get you to a real person faster.  We expect our hold times  will be dramatically reduced as a result and we hope that you’ll find these changes beneficial. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or feedback as we continue to improve our phone system and our communications with our Nations heroes.

Need Help Stopping Smoking?

As most of you are aware, we have changed our smoking policy, effective October 1, 2019, along with all other VA medical centers across the country to further our commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for Veterans, visitors, vendors, volunteers, contractors, and employees. 

The policy applies to cigarettes, cigars, pipes (including electronic and e-cigarettes) and vape pens or e-cigars and allows VA to protect the health and well-being of VA staff, patients and the public. 

Overwhelming evidence shows smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke create significant medical risks. A growing body of evidence shows exposure to third-hand smoke creates additional risks to safety and direct patient care. 

More information about the health risks associated with smoking is available at the U.S. Surgeon General website

Veterans who want to quit smoking have resources available through VA.   Employees can contact our Safety Office at  (404) 321-6111 ext. 203738 for information and support to help quit smoking.  

For more ways to quit smoking, visit: and:

Please allow us to help you improve your and your family’s wellbeing!


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