The findings included a surgeon using outdated equipment and the facility used outdated chemical strips, which voided 400 sterilization tests.

WASHINGTON — Conditions are so dangerous at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington, D.C., that the agency's chief watchdog issued a rare preliminary report Wednesday to alert patients and other members of the public.

The VA inspector general found that in recent weeks the operating room at the hospital ran out of vascular patches to seal blood vessels and ultrasound probes used to map blood flow.
​The facility had to borrow bone material for knee replacement surgeries. And at one point, the hospital ran out of tubes needed for kidney dialysis, so staff had to go to a private-sector hospital and ask for some. More

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    A 93-year-old World War II veteran received medals this week that he should have gotten more than 70 years. More

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     President Donald Trump will lift his 2-month-old hiring freeze on federal employees  More

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