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The population equal to the providers in Fayetteville va medical hospital. Are there enough providers to serve the large population in Fayetteville va medical center? In our research we will investigate statistics and find a good estimate of the number of vets in the Fayetteville surrounding areas and how many of them actually use the VA hospital. With large amounts of patients comes the demand for wide options for providers, there must be enough providers to take care of this population. The questions: IS THERE ENOUGH DOCTORS IN THE VA HOSPITAL TO TAKE CARE OF ALL THE VETS? IS THE SYSTEM TAKING CARE OF THESE VETS CORRECTLY? .... Are objective is to come to a conclusion: IS THE FAYETTEVILLE VA HOSPITAL SERVING ALLTHE VETS: 1. ENOUGH DOCTORS 2. ARE BEING SEEN PROPERLY 3.ALL GET MEDICAL ATTENTION. CONCLUSION: ARE THER ENOUGH DOCTORS OR DO THEY NEED MORE TO SATISFY THE DEMAND FOR MEDICAL CARE.
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North Carolina Veterans Facts 792,000 VETERANS RESIDE IN NC NC RANKS 9TH IN THE US IN VETERANS POPULATION 13.23% OF THE STATE POPULATION ARE VETERANS 35% OF NC POPULATION ARE EITHER MILITARY, VETERAN, SPOUSE, PARENT, OR DEPENDENT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS (USDVA) PROVIDED $2,910,572,000 IN BENEFITS TO NORTH CAROLINA VETERANS IN 2008. THESE EXPENDITURES RANKED NORTH CAROLINA 6TH OF OUR 50 STATES. 120,000 NORTH CAROLINA VETERANS RECEIVE VA DISABILITY COMPENSATION 171,828 NC VETERANS RECEIVE HEALTH CARE FROM THE USDVA 83,000 MILITARY RETIREES AND 9,300 SURVIVING SPOUSES RESIDE IN NORTH CAROLINA NORTH CAROLINA RANKS 6TH IN THE NATION IN MILITARY RETIREE POPULATION NORTH CAROLINA MILITARY RETIREES
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RECEIVED $1,970,000,000 IN RETIREMENT BENEFITS IN 2008 http://www.nciom.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/MH_Smith_2009-11-18.pdf District Veterans Service Offices 15 District Offices strategically located from Elizabeth City to Murphy Offices are staffed by one or more Service Officers with clerical staff These service officers are highly trained and accredited who provide services directly to veterans and their dependents The service officers train, assist, and supervise the work of affiliated County Veterans Service Officers These offices provide assistance with the scholarship application process
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