• Telehealth not an option for most hematology and oncology patients

    Telehealth is not an option for hematology and oncology patients or the DC team who takes care of them. Veteran patients must come in for blood smears, biopsies, radiographic exams and chemotherapy.

  • Ministering to spiritual needs on the front lines of COVID-19

    VA Chaplaincy challenged to be innovative and creative in the manner of providing spiritual care. VA’s chaplains have turned to various communications platforms to connect with the people they serve.

  • 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.

  • Veterans: VA is here for you during COVID-19 — call us

    VA has always been here for Veterans—and we will continue to see and treat you during the COVID-19 crisis, even if you are not yet enrolled in VA health care. But please call us first.

  • Dr. Stone: Veterans, please lead the way in social distancing

    During the COVID-19 crisis, VA is asking Veterans to lead the way in practicing social distancing and to use VA telemedicine. It’s what we need to do to keep our fellow Veterans safe.

  • VA is ready for coronavirus — and working to protect you

    Here are some social distancing recommendations which are proven strategies used by public health officials to stop or slow down the spread of a highly contagious disease such as COVID-19.

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