• Los Angeles VA cardiologists never miss a heart beat

    A telehealth program from Los Angeles VA lets Veterans with cardiac arrhythmias connect with their doctors and share heart readings virtually.

  • Telehealth improves heart care for Veterans

    At the Los Angeles VA, a team of providers collaborated with home telehealth care coordinators to improve care for Veterans with heart failure.

  • VA physicians lead innovative changes in Veteran cardiac care

    VA continues to offer cutting edge cardiac care to Veterans, with many innovative ideas and practices coming directly from health care providers.

  • VA telehealth ensures continuity of care for Veterans

    VA’s telehealth platforms are protecting Veterans and ensuring they continue to receive high-quality care. A VA nurse in Tampa says almost 70% of her patients have switched to video appointments.

  • Watches provide health care connections for Veterans

    Technology is a powerful tool for improving Veterans’ health care plans. Read how Kimberly Braswell, a cardiology nurse in Florida, is using smart watches to help Veterans monitor their own health.

  • VA keeps heart care local with telecardiology

    Instead of driving 300 miles to visit a cardiologist at a VA medical center, Veteran Jerry Roberts drives 30 miles to a nearby VA clinic to be examined remotely over computer via telecardiology.

  • A career caring for the heart: Dr. Mary Whooley practices medicine and studies ways to improve Veterans’ cardiac health

    Dr. Mary Whooley is a board-certified physician and Director of Cardiac […]

  • At VA, early career physicians can follow their clinical and research interests while carrying out a Veteran-centric mission

    Dr. Jacob Doll is a board-certified cardiologist and health services […]

  • VA cardiologists “Go Red for Women” Veterans and heart disease awareness

    It’s Go Red for Women Week, and that means that […]

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