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Veteran Khan retired after 10 years active duty. His ideal job would be helping Veterans transition to civilian life. The Veterans Care Program is helping him prepare for work that doesn't trigger his PTSD Symptoms.
$2.5 MILLION GIFT FROM THE JOHN AND DARIA BARRY FOUNDATION TO THE PROSTATE CANCER FOUNDATION ESTABLISHES NEW PRECISION ONCOLOGY AT VA MANHATTAN
THAT WILL BENEFIT HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF VETS BATTLING PROSTATE CANCER
Children from PS 59 honored Veterans by handing out Happy Veterans Day cards at VA. Father of the youngest visitor Marc Giammatteo, an Iraq Veteran, Bronze Star and Purple Heart recipient was among the visitors.
Anyone interested in the power of VA’s Whole Health Initiative would definitely gain understanding if they participated in a yoga session offered by clinical psychologist and yoga instructor Dr. Lillian Sultan.
Clinicians becoming expert in Point of Care Ultrasonography (POCUS) are in awe of a new ultra-portable ultrasound device, the Butterfly IQ whose first use in the US is at VA, Bellevue Hospital & at NYU campuses.
Vietnam Veteran Johnson was riding a hospital shuttle when he went into cardiac arrest. His life was saved by fellow passenger Andrea Barnes, NP, Ph.D, & the quick response of the shuttle driver Roy Crowder and others.
Scheduling a screening mammogram is now more convenient for women who meet the Patient Self-Requested Direct Scheduling criteria. You qualify if you have no symptoms, have had a mammogram a year ago and are age 40+.