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A distressed young girl was sitting outside the VA hospital. Three nurses went to her aid and discovered she had been missing for months.
After serving in Vietnam, Leon came to VA and gets all his health care at VA, including treatment for conditions linked to Agent Orange.
Painting gave Air Force Veteran and breast cancer survivor Doreen Patrick an outlet to express her fears, feelings and anxiety.
Air Force Veteran Juan served from 1962 to 1969. He didn’t come to VA for care until many years later when, self-employed and without insurance, health bills depleted his funds.
Veteran Sharon Dunbar served for 32 years, becoming one of the highest ranking female Asian Americans in the Air Force.
VA and Salesforce have a partnership aimed at helping Veterans like Stephanie Brown access free training, education and job opportunities through Salesforce Military.
VA in Arkansas has begun endoscopy services at an outpatient clinic in Springfield, Missouri. Southwest area of Missouri has a large Veteran community and “they desperately needed this clinic.”
Air Force Veteran Eileen Collins is a NASA astronaut who was the first female pilot and commander of a space shuttle.
Air Force Veteran Ken and his wife had retirement all planned out, until a stroke rocked their world. A VA program gave them the resources to stay in their home, despite Ken needing 24/7 care.
Air Force Veteran Steven Hernandez is involved with end-of-life and palliative care for his local Veteran community. Pittsburgh’s Veteran Community Partnership serves Veterans with terminal illnesses.
Jon Jensen, VHA Chief of Staff, talks with Chris Sandles, director of the South Texas VA Healthcare System. He manages the fastest growing VA health care system in the country.
Dr. Bianca Gray talks to Veterans about apprehensions in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. She describes the data behind the vaccine and addresses their concerns. Most patients then elect to receive it.
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Last updated September 25, 2022
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