Some VA healthcare centers told to improve cleanliness

Inspectors looked at 51 randomly selected VA health facilities across the country

October 22, 2019

A newly released report for the Office of Inspector General for the Veterans Health Administration showed cleanliness needs to be improved at some VA healthcare centers, according to an article on the Boston 25 News website.

Inspectors looked at 51 randomly selected VA health facilities across the country.

Dirty ventilation grills were found in 18 percent of the VA locations inspected. 

Dirty floors and furnishings were found at more than 60 of the main facility patient care areas.

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