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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.
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.
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.
One hundred days ago 19 Veterans made a pact to hang tough and move as a unit when the VA transitioned them from the Chelsea Soldiers Home Adult Healthcare Program to the Don Orione Home six miles away.
It all starts with a simple question: What matters most to you? That’s the first step in a new model of whole health care, designed to help Veterans achieve and maintain their best all-around health and well-being.
Modernization is often a term used in association with new beginnings, innovative technology and streamlining processes. Now it’s a term VA Boston Healthcare System is embracing to describe advancements...
Dr. Ann McKee is an unlikely warrior against football. The 64-year-old was raised as a devoted Green Bay Packers fan. Her older brother Chuck was the star quarterback for both the public high school and private college.