The Veteran Employee Association's mission is to serve as a campus veteran resource that fosters unity and advocates on behalf of veteran staff, faculty and students in an effort to increase the presence, visibility and advocacy of the University of California, Davis Health veterans, service members and their families. We work to bring about a broad-based awareness, promote a shared environment of sensitivity and understanding, and encourage excellence and advancement at all levels within the UC Davis Health community
Congratulations to Carla Alston (Vice-Chair of Veterans Group) in completing the 2017 Medical Coding and Abstracting Program (MCAP) here in Sacramento.
She was celebrated for her accomplishment on January 4, 2018, with a breakfast and formal graduation ceremony with 18 other graduates.
Great job and congratulations!
This fast paced program combines both the Language of Medicine (LOM) and Step-by-Step (SBS) Medical Coding in a blending learning format of classroom, online, and distance learning.
Since a basic overview of medical terminology is important to many career fields within the healthcare industry and is essential to the medical abstractor, this program will explore the basic elements of medical terminology; prefixes, roots, and suffixes which form many medical terms.
Information about UC Davis Health Veterans Day (PDF).
Veteran Self-Identification Self Identification Form
Career Information for Veterans at the University of California
UC Veteran Events and Opportunities
UC Davis Campus, Veteran Constituency Group
US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Veteran Affairs (CALVET)
Veteran Affairs Center, Sacramento
Veteran Affairs Center, Citrus Heights
State of California, Employment Development Department (EDD)
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
American Legion (AL)
American Vets (AMVETS)