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Dr. Eugene Grossi; Navy Veteran Mark Albert HellyarHeart feels fantastic
A new type of biologic aortic valve is particularly suited to younger patients. Expected to function well for at least 20 years, adjustments can be made with a minimally invasive procedure.
Artist Vietnam Veteran Barbara ChiminelloBeauty in Daily Life
An opening for a group of paintings artist Vietnam Veteran Barbara Chiminello has donated to VA NY Harbor Healthcare System will be held Friday, Feb. 8, 2-4pm, HOPTEL Waiting Room 10-S, VA Manhattan. All Welcome.
(l-r) Marine Corps Veteran Cole Smith,  Apex Electrical program; Marine Corps Veteran Lyn Johnson, VANYHHS Outreach Specialist  and Army Veteran Jose Felix, Apex Construction and Electrical programs; and Army Veteran K. Campbell, Apex Construction program.VA+ Vets in construction
Veteran students at APEX are focused on getting jobs that match their skills, pay well and offer growth opportunities. VA outreach focuses on helping these Vet maximize GI Bill benefits.
Army Veteran William Fuentes Josephson and vanessa Janes, RNMission Battambang
Iraq Veteran volunteered with Habitat for Humanity to help those in need in Battambang, Cambodia. On return he says he felt incredibly rewarded by this "Build" that allowed him to put aside the negatives of the past.
Dr. karima ClaytonFeeling sad? Don’t wait for sadder
Psychologist Karima Clayton is inviting women to participate in a Roundtable Discussion on Mental Health on Thursday, January 24 at 2:00PM, Clubhouse, VA Manhattan, 2nd Floor.
#BeThere for the Veterans you know.Suicide Prevention
You don’t need to have special training to support the Veterans in your life in order to help them if they are going through a difficult time. Small actions can have a huge impact.
AF Veteran Teiyahwanna BlackmoreWhere Dreams are Made
AF Veteran Blackmore, is working toward an MS. The mother of 9, held a VA Work Study position and then applied for and got a VA IT Dept job. Join 1/16/19 VA seminar on maximizing your GI Bill Benefits.
Army Veteran Carl SchusterAdventure is his middle name
Adventure helped Veteran for decades to survive the devastating early traumas inflicted by abusive parents. When his PTSD symptoms caught up with him he turned to VA and received help.
Photographer WW II Veteran Tony VaccaroLiving to the Utmost
Photographer WW II Veteran Tony Vaccaro covered the war from D-Day through Occupation of Germany. Then, after the war transitioned to photographing celebrities for magazines like Life and Look.
(l-r)  Dr. Michael Simberkoff, Noreen Haren, RN. MPH and Dr. Curt Dill, Deputy Chief StaffCelebration of Life and Courage
Both poignant and celebratory, World Aids Day at the Harbor carried the breathtaking message to never take anything for granted. The retirement of Noreen Haren, RN, MPH was announced at this event.

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