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COVID-19 Banner reading Operational updateVA Boston Community Clinics Move to Virtual Care
VA Boston Community Clinics Have Moved to Virtual Care to Protect Veterans, Staff and the Community Against COVID-19. VA remains open and committed to delivering Veteran care.
VA Boston Operation Update IconLowell Clinic Temporarily Closed Due to COVID-19
Lowell Clinic Temporarily Closed Due to COVID-19 Impact. Two staff test positive for COVID Virus and four other staff members displaying symptoms. For safety of all clinic remains closed until further notice.
covid-19 updateVA invites retired medical personnel back to work
Retired VA clinicians and Federal health care providers: WE NEED YOU! We need your help in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. Consider #VA re-employment. Dual compensation waivers will be available.
Operational UpdateOperational Update: COVID-19
If you have symptoms of fever, cough and shortness of breath, sign-in to My HealtheVet and send a message to your provider or call our patient call center at (617) 232-9500 and ask for guidance before visiting.
VARANDA black poster stating nutrition works in maintaining helathThese doctors want to write "farmacy" prescription
"We as cardiologists see a lot of diseases where we give medication instead of getting to the root of the problem, when a lot of the issues are actually lifestyle and nutrition-related," McGregor said.
Black and gold Boston Globe logo rteads Boston Globe Top 100 2019VA Boston: One of Globes Top Largest Employers!
Leadership knows that the most successful organization are the ones where employees believe in the mission. VA’s mission is not only a noble, it is a compassionate one; it’s easy to get behind.
Exterior of a newly renovated 30 unit housing complex in Revere, MA for VeteransBoston landlords and VA partner in shared mission
Housing, supplied by community landlords, benefits HUD-VASH recipients at VA Boston: working together to bring an end to Veteran homelessness. Fostering community relationships is what VA Boston's HUD-VASH does best!
Photo of VA Police PatchPolice Service Doesn't Stop at the Perimeter
At first she wasn't breathing...there was a host of visible injuries. VA Boston Police Corporal works with other first responders to render aid to a motorist found motionless on the highway.
Man in camouflage uniform kneeling hugs 2 daughters and a son as they embraceOIF/OEF/OND Combat Veteran Parenting Program
Whole Health means partnering in parenting: an Innovation Grant Award results in Boston and Providence VA's establishing an OIF/OEF/OND Returning Combat Veteran Parenting Program at VA Boston.
Last month, Bedford VA hosted a three-day mini-residency focused on women Veteran’s health.Women Veterans Mini-Residency Reaps Big Rewards
The Women Veterans Program in VISN1 received a grant from Department of Veterans Affairs Women’s Health Service to plan and facilitate the training for both providers and nurses from New England VAs.

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