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Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center - Richmond, VA

 

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Mercer just completed her master’s in nursing degree from Western Governors UniversityVA nurse’s journey to deliver ‘best care possible’
“She made a deal with me,” said Mercer. “Ms. Wood told me if I took the entrance test to the LPN school and failed, she would stop trying to convince me to be a nurse. But if I passed, I had to go to nursing school.”
107-year-old Navy Veteran James Scott received the first COVID-19 vaccination dose at the Central Virginia VA Health Care SystemCOVID-19 vaccine effort continues
Operating vaccine clinics in Fredericksburg, Richmond, Charlottesville and Emporia, CVHCS providers have ramped up efforts to vaccinate Veterans, volunteers and staff since administering the first dose in December...
A clinic staff member administers a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine into the arm of retired Master Chief Petty Officer John MillikenUpdate on SAVE LIVES Act
Currently, Veterans of all ages can schedule vaccination appointments at the Richmond and Emporia clinics. The clinics in Fredericksburg are age 50 and up, while the Charlottesville clinic is age 40 and up.
James May Jr., the oldest WWII Veteran in the entirety of Orange County, VirginiaCharlottesville VA clinic
The vaccination appointment call could not have come soon enough, especially having already faced and survived one bout of COVID-19. James May Jr., the oldest WWII Veteran in the entirety of Orange County, Virginia...
Tiffany Felder, left, and Daryl Warren, are critical to successful operations of the COVID-19 Vaccine clinic at the Central Virginia VA Health Care System’s (CVHCS) Richmond campus.Unsung heroes of CVHCS health care
Working alongside clinical staff, Felder and Warren ensure Veterans who are scheduled for the COVID-19 vaccine are accounted for, checked-in on arrival, and in the correct place to receive the lifesaving vaccine.
Picture of MyHealtheVet Coordinator in her officeMyHealtheVet is improving Veteran access
MHV became a useful means of communication during the Coronavirus pandemic. Veterans and health care teams increased their use of MHV to send written messages to each other.
Tracey Welborn smiles at cameraVeterans Day tribute from a VA nurse
After years of singing and performing for audiences across the globe, Tracey Welborn decided it was time to become a registered nurse. Luckily for CVHCS, Welborn landed in the education department ...
Two rehabilitation engineers using a vacuum forming machineNew VA invention prioritizes communication
The Clear Talker mask is the latest invention from the Richmond VA which aids in communication between patients and staff. The device could revolutionize this key piece of peoples’ everyday lives.
The lung cancer screening teamRichmond VA now Center of Excellence
Central Virginia VA Health Care System (CVHCS) is currently the only VA in the country to be designated as a Screening Center of Excellence. “The population of Veterans in which we serve are at a very high-risk...
Dr. Jordan HyltonVA serves fastest-growing Veteran population
Women Veterans may be interested to know just how extensively women’s gynecological care has developed over the last few years. Dawn Bates, a 38-year-old Navy Veteran, recently sought gynecological care at CVHCS.

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