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Robert L. Wilkie, Secretary, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs visited VA Boston Healthcare System for the first time, met with leadershipVA Secretary Wilkie Visits VA Boston
The Honorable Robert L. Wilkie, Secretary, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs visited VA Boston Healthcare System for the first time, met with leadership and toured the VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank
Close up of a man writing in a bookMy Life, My Story: Humanizing Care
This patient was very ill;couldn’t talk or communicate. He didn’t have any visitors or pictures. I knew the facts of his medical history, but I not about the person I was taking care of. Then I read his story.
Veterans in beekeeping garb tend to the hive located on the Brockton campusBrockton campus venture targets vets well bee-ing
VA Boston Healthcare System unveiled its first on-site beehive recently. The Beehive at the Brockton campus provides Veterans relief from post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and stress.
Tai Chi ClassMeditation in Motion
VA researchers are studying whether an ancient Chinese mind-body therapy can help relieve the chronic pain, fatigue, and other symptoms experienced by thousands of Gulf War Veterans.
American FlagMemorial Day Message
This Memorial Day, as we remember and honor those who died in active military service, VA Boston wants to reaffirm its commitment to the 70,000 Veterans we serve each year and remind them “We’ve got your six.”
Vetext and calendar graphicCan't Make It? Another Vet Will Take It!
The purpose of the No-Show Campaign is to reduce the number of no-shows by use of new technological advances at VA to reduce cancellations and increase the number of appointments open to Veterans.
Empowerment T-Shirt for Clothesline ProjectGathering of Empowerment Supports MST Survivors
April is sexual assault awareness month and at VA Boston Healthcare System, it is an opportunity for survivors of Military Sexual Trauma (MST) to support each other during a gathering of empowerment event held, April 19.
Dr. Ann McKee, MD, Chief of Neuropathology with microscope.McKee Named to TIME 100
TIME magazine has named Ann McKee, MD, Chief of Neuropathology, VA Boston Healthcare System, and Director of the BU CTE Center, to the 2018 TIME 100, its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
1500 Flags representing Veterans with MST are placed for awareness1500 Flags: Veterans' Military Sexual Trauma
Veterans are able to access free services for mental and physical health conditions related to their experiences of MST, regardless of income level, length of service regardless of conditions in the past.
People gather during a ceremonyVA Boston ‘Welcome Home’ Vietnam Vets
Vietnam Veterans were honored during a ceremony held at VA Boston Healthcare System’s Jamaica Plain campus on March 26, 2018. The event is part of a effort to recognize the service of those who served in Vietnam.

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