Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald participates in a veterans forum at The Washington Post in Washington, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. The Veterans Affairs Department announced a reorganization Monday designed to make it easier for veterans to gain access to the sprawling department and its many websites. McDonald called the restructuring the largest in the department's history and said it will bring a singular focus on customer service to an agency that serves 22 million veterans. (AP Photo/The Washington Post, Melina Mara)

VA chief vows renewed focus on customer service

On the eve of Veterans Day, the Veterans Affairs Department announced a reorganization Monday designed to make it easier for veterans to gain access to the sprawling department and its maze-like websites.

FILE - In a Friday, Oct. 31, 2014 file photo, Kaci Hickox comes out of her house to speak to reporters, in Fort Kent, Maine. Hickox's plans for the end of the deadly disease's 21-day incubation period on Monday, Nov. 11 include a dinner out with her boyfriend, but she told The Associated Press she's worried about what type of a reception she'll get after being hailed by some and vilified by others for battling state-ordered quarantines in New Jersey and Maine.  (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

Ebola nurse to be advocate for health workers

On Tuesday, the nurse will no longer require daily monitoring for Ebola symptoms, and said she looks forward to stepping out her front door “like normal people.”

Rendering of the planned complex in Warsaw.

Parkview Health plans $20 million Warsaw complex

The Fort Wayne health system is planning a $20 million medical complex in Kosciusko County that will offer family practice, outpatient, specialty medicine, rehabilitation and emergency room services.

FILE - This undated file image made available by the CDC shows the Ebola Virus. Hospitals around the country are already getting ample opportunities to test their infection control procedures due to a growing number of Ebola Virus infection false alarms. (AP Photo/CDC, File)

Health checks wrap up for some Ohio Ebola contacts

Monitoring is ending for one group of Ohioans who were being watched for potential Ebola symptoms as officials continue to check on the health of certain travelers returning to the state from West Africa.