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Dr. Thérèse Duggan retired seven years ago. Now she is back at VA as an unpaid volunteer physician ambassador. “Health care workers get into this line of work because we like to help people.”
Veterans in intensive care use iPads to see loved ones. VA chaplains facilitate these meaningful interactions using VA Video Connect. Their iPads are provided in collaboration with Apple.
VA is collaborating with the Army to open a 16-bed mobile intensive care unit on the co-located campus of the William Beaumont Medical Center and the El Paso VA Health Care System.
When patients were disappointed they could not attend Veterans Day activities, VA staff brought the parade to them. “A joy to see their faces light up as the parade went through the hospital.”
VA takes a giant step in Veteran health care with Tele-ICU which provides critically ill Vets access to specially trained experts across the country…expanding soon to 40 medical centers in 25 states.
VA telehealth physicians and nurses at high-tech workstations deliver care to Veterans at 19 medical facilities across the country.
At VA, we believe every Veteran should have access to […]
Every day in VA hospitals nationwide, nurses dedicate themselves to […]
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Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated September 28, 2022
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