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Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center - Richmond, VA
- Just Start Talking
- Peterson says participating in Operation Song through songwriting has helped him tremendously in the ability to express his daily struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain, anxiety and depression.
- Richmond VAMC Honors NDD
- Today is National Dog Day, and we want to highlight one of the many therapy dogs who visit throughout the year. Molly, a nine-year-old Golden Retriever, stopped by to visit active duty military and Veterans...
- Rep. Spanberger makes inaugural visit to Richmond
- On Aug. 16, U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger visited the Richmond VA Medical Center to learn about VA innovation and hospital programs. During her first official visit to the VA medical center, she met with facility leaders.
- “Game On”
- A common misconception about paralysis is it often is equated to limitation in people’s life. Well, if you ask the assistive technology (AT) team at the Richmond VA Medical Center, they would disagree.
- Finding a Voice For Your Calling
- Kelley came into this program hoping to learn more about pastoral care and strengthen her skills as a passionate pastor. What she didn’t expect, was the opportunity to visit herself.
- New PACU / OR Suite
- The Central Virginia VA Health Care System (VAHCS) officially opened its latest clinical addition to give the surgery department a significant boost in space and the ability to offer more complex surgeries to Veterans.
- Nurse Coaches Olympians and makes TV appearance
- For 14 years, Central Virginia VA Health Care System spinal cord injury clinic (SCI) licensed practical nurse has been accompanying the hospital’s wheelchair athletes to the National Veterans...
- Clinicians help Richmond high school students
- Recently, Central Virginia VA Health Care System hosted thirty female students from Douglas Freeman High School as part of a school program to mentor young women and expose them to careers in healthcare.
- There's always a place for Telehealth
- No longer must Veterans travel long distances or schedule their lives around appointments. With a computer screen or a smartphone, they can consult with a clinician anytime and literally anywhere.
- First responders train to help Veterans
- For the second year, the Central Virginia VA Health Care System Police Service held a training program for local police and first responders to help combat Veteran suicide in the community.