Status of Veterans' Health Care in Florida: Hearing Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, March 23, 1989, Orlando, FL.
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1989 - Veterans - 133 pages
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12th Medical District additional Agent Orange allocation American Legion Applause asked Bay Pines Bob Graham budget shortfall Chairman CLYDE CLEVELAND Committee on Veterans concern Congress construction cost currently Department of Veterans Director Disabled American Veterans disabled veterans doctors dollars DUGAN eligible erans Federal fiscal Florida veteran Gainesville hospital beds increased inpatient issue legislation long-term medical centers Medical District 12 medical facilities million non-service connected number of veterans nursing home operating outpatient clinics Palm Beach Palm Beach County patients Peck percent personnel planning priority problem psychiatric PTSD Randall region Representative Reddick retiree Riviera Beach Senate Committee Senate Veterans Affairs Senator GRAHAM service-connected shortages SHUMAN spinal cord injury staff staffing Tampa testimony Thank Thompson tion treatment unit VA's veter veteran population Veterans Administration Veterans Affairs Committee veterans in Florida