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Chaplain Lorna Graham (L) prayed with a special emphasis on Annual Day of Prayer and Reflection for Veterans.Annual Day of Prayer and Reflection for Veterans
VA Boston Healthcare's Chaplaincy Hosts first Day of Prayer and Reflection the first week of November bringing Veterans and community together in faith, prayer, healing and reflection.
Female veterans salutingMy Life My Story: Humanizing the Care Experience
Things that affected my family most- when I was in the Corps and only 19, I was sexually assaulted. It disturbed my family and caused some emotional issues for me. I helped the prosecution.
A collage of the Jamaica Plain, Brockton and West Roxbury CampusBeyond the Numbers: World-class Care in Boston
The real story is the deep dedication and compassion of Boston’s employees. Making a difference in Veteran’s lives, they live up to their mission of providing exceptional patient-centered health care.
Veteran Affairs Leadership Gathers at the 2018 Veteran Stand Down2018 Greater Boston Stand Down
More than 100 service providers, employers, and community organizations provided essential supportive services to Veterans during the 2018 Greater Boston Stand Down for Veterans.
VA Boston staff watch the TED Style talk of Patient Safety Manager Pam BellinoRapid Naloxone Initiative: Overdose Reversal
VA Boston leads the way in saving lives of Veterans, families, coworkers and friends using VA Boston's Rapid Naloxone Initiative: Learn how to reverse opioid overdose in this TED Style talk
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.”

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