• New outpatient diuresis clinic a game changer for Veteran and spouse

    The newly created Outpatient Diuresis Clinic is a game changer for Navy Veteran Jack Pinkston and his spouse after quadruple bypass.

  • Birmingham VA cardiologist celebrates decades of achievement in research

    Dr. Louis Dell’Italia, Birmingham VA associate chief of staff for research, is dedicated to improving the health of Veterans and others.

  • 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.

  • Research Week honors pioneering work for Veterans

    The theme of this year’s National VA Research Week, May 17–21, is “One Team, One Mission,” reflecting the nationwide focus of VA researchers on improving Veterans’ health care and quality of life.

  • 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 Salt Lake, community organizations, forge life-saving partnership

    Vernique Lynn is a Navy Veteran, heart-transplant recipient, and two-time cancer survivor whose life was saved by VA Salt Lake and community partners.

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