Veterans Health


Dedicated Team Delivers Patient-Centered Solutions

GE Healthcare has been serving active-duty military and Veterans for decades, as far back as 1917. Our dedicated Government Account Executives, many of them Veterans or from military families, have built strong leadership, ethics and ingenuity through mission-driven service in their careers. They embrace change and have acquired a deep understanding of the complex needs and the challenges you and your patients often face.

Our exclusive team of Government Account Executives are focused exclusively on helping you navigate, optimize and maintain the resources and technology you need to succeed.

  • Challenge

    Access to imaging services can be a challenge for some Veterans. A comment card revealed the hardship to access imaging services based on the travel distance. This Veteran gave voice to a solution for imaging services more conveniently located in a clinic at another campus. The problem was that the other location lacked a suitable building to house the equipment. Establishing a permanent brick-and-mortar facility would take time to fund and build, but it wasn’t off the table. In the meantime they needed a temporary solution to increase access and reduce radiology wait times.



    After careful collaboration, we proposed a solution to create a temporary imaging clinic using multiple modular buildings linked together to form an integrated imaging center. This “pre-fabricated” construction solution could be stood up quickly, house the required services, and utilize a limited footprint. Once the permanent facility opened in the future, these modular buildings could then be repurposed as office space.

    The project began with the delivery and set up of the pre-wired, pre-plumbed modular structures in a vacant field at the campus, followed by the delivery and installation of the imaging equipment; including Magnetic Resonance, Computed Tomography, Radiography and Fluoroscopy and Ultrasound. Working together, the Outpatient Imaging Clinic Expansion project was completed on-time and on-budget.

  • Breast Health for Active Duty Military and Veterans

    Breast health is an important part of cancer prevention and treatment for all women. The Military Health System and VA medical facilities are there for them as Servicewomen and Women Veterans, and just women.


    Risk factors include dense breast tissue, microcalcifications, BRCA mutations, obesity and family history. Meeting the breast health needs of every woman as well as those with these special considerations can be challenging.
    Our Breast Health solutions can help.

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  • X-ray for Active Duty Military and Veterans

    The complexity of injuries that can arise from combat situations is challenging.  Standard radiography is often the first diagnostic test for most chest, orthopedic and trauma patients. Complex cases are often referred for additional medical imaging which may result in scheduling delays, in higher radiation exposure and a delay in diagnosis and treatment that could also mean more anxiety, inconvenience and discomfort for the patient.


    Help uncover information within conventional 2D radiographic imaging with our Advanced Clinical Applications.

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  • Cardiac Care for Active Duty Military and Veterans

    Cardiovascular disease is the number-one killer of Americans, and the leading cause of hospitalization in the VA health care system.1 Those who have served face distinct health challenges, including higher rates of coronary heart disease and heart attack than their civilian peers.2


    Saving time and streamlining care means getting a clear, high-quality electrocardiogram (ECG) the first time. A comprehensive suite of proven advanced clinical capabilities from GE Healthcare provides the decision support needed to make faster, more confident assessments of cardiac risk.

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  • OB & GYN Care for Active Duty Military and Veterans

    Women serve in every branch of the military, and are a growing number of the total Veteran population. The Military Health System and VA medical facilities across the country and abroad provide care for these Servicewomen and Women Veterans in all medical care areas, including obstetric and gynecologic health.


    GE Healthcare’s Voluson™ family of ultrasound systems can help provide outstanding care and diagnostic confidence in OB and GYN for all women while providing efficiency and workflow enhancements to keep processes and departments running smoothly.

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  • Urology Care for Active Duty Military and Veterans

    Prostate cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among veterans.3  It can be challenging to get ultrasound images of sufficient quality to visualize lesions in prostate, bladder and kidneys, and to determine which ones are the likeliest candidates for biopsy.


    LOGIQ™ Ultrasound systems provide high-quality images, workflow efficiencies, and specialized tools to enable confident and efficient prostate and urology exams.

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  • MR for Active Duty Military and Veterans

    Veteran patients are not only looking for an accurate diagnosis from their physician, but for a positive diagnostic imaging experience as well. We understand that PTSD triggers, like loud noises and confined spaces, can cause anxiety and flashbacks.


    GE Healthcare imaging systems are designed specifically with the patient in mind, enabling patients to feel relaxed during their exams. Our goal is to elevate the patient experience helping to improve patient comfort while simultaneously enabling technologists to obtain clear and detailed images quickly.

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  • Service Solutions for the Federal Health Sector

    Our CONUS and OCONUS service teams understand the unique needs of the Federal Health Sector, providing service solutions that go beyond “break-fix”, to help drive quality, productivity and cost savings.


    Our experienced teams can help optimize system performance with asset management and service expertise, help improve your uptime goals and reduce budgets with easy parts ordering on Service Shop, training material, or back-up labor, based on what you need.

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2. America’s Health Rankings of Those Who Have Served Report, 2016, United Health Foundation, Minnetonka, MN.