President Obama has ordered a comprehensive investigation of Veterans Affairs hospitals, but despite the president's forceful words to take action, the scandal is not going away as more current and former VA employees come forward with concerns.
Some of the biggest concerns that current and former employees of the VA are saying is there is a disconnect with management, a division and lack of communication that creates discontent in the system and ultimately effects services to veterans.
When the scandal at the VA hospital in Phoenix broke, eyes turned back to the Spokane VA Medical Center, where Phoenix VA hospital administrator Sharon Helman used to work as the hospital director from March 2008 to January 2010.
"We thought she was sharp alright, she was a good politician but she was not a good director," former VA employee Carroll McInroe said.
McInroe worked for the VA at that time and says immediately things started to fall apart.
"After she arrived 16 professionals walked out the door and a lot of those were our top MDs. Our top MDs pretty much left," said McInroe.