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Medical professionals, supply chain, administrative personnel part of outstanding effort to provide much-needed vaccinations. Challenging logistical feat speaks to the continued efforts of VA staff.
Community leaders across southern New England met virtually to form stronger relationships to prevent Veteran suicides in their region and discuss outreach strategies for Veterans who are struggling.
When four young adults heard their parents describe barriers older patients face with virtual appointments, they created a nonprofit to donate iPhones and iPads to help older Veterans access telehealth services.
More than thirty nurse practitioners, licensed practical nurses and registered nurses reported in August to the Biloxi VA as part of planned response to Veteran need during global health crisis.
To develop treatment guidelines for COVID-19 patients, a panel meets regularly to make sure guidelines are updated as data and information become available, then provides recommendations and guidance.
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Last updated November 28, 2022
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