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- Life After COVID-19: Robert Shaw
- On March 22, 2020, Robert Shaw’s life changed forever. He began to feel sick in early March 2020. He thought it was something simple, such as a sinus infection and visited a nearby urgent care physician.
- CAVHCS Extends Services to 100% Face-to-Face
- Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System never closed its doors during the COVID-19 pandemic; however, we welcome our Veterans back to our facilities as we reintroduce face-to-face services at our facilities.
- Occupational Therapist Earns Doctorate
- As a young man growing up in Montgomery, Gerriod Sharp would watch his grandmother undergo therapy at a local rehabilitation facility. She got great care, which immediately opened his eyes to the world of health care.
- Veterans: How Can VA Improve Your Health Care?
- VA is hosting public virtual listening sessions to hear from Veterans on how to design the future and grow services for Veterans in a way that reinforces VA’s role as a leader in the U.S. health care system.
- CLC Resident Reunites with Mother on his Birthday
- “Happy birthday, my sweet little peanut,” are the first words Mary Watson whispered to her son, Army Veteran Keeshawn Gavin, since Feb. 2020. This was her first visit since the VA closed its doors to visitors.
- CAVHCS holds a COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Clinic
- CAVHCS holds COVID-19 mass vaccination clinic at the Montgomery Alcazar Shrine to vaccinate Veterans, caregivers and spouses. Since implementing the SAVE LIVES Act, CAVHCS has vaccinating as many people as possible.
- VA uses Technology to Help a Grieving CLC Resident
- Dealing with loss has become even harder because of the separation social distancing has prompted and because of COVID-19, you are limited to interactions with the outside world overall, and things can become difficult.
- Face Covering Requirement at VA
- As local communities make changes to their face-covering policies, it’s important to remember that face coverings are a requirement at all VA facilities. All should wear appropriate face coverings at all times.
- Columbus VA Clinic Ready to Aid Homeless Veterans
- CAVHCS will open the Columbus Downtown VA Clinic, which will provide a comprehensive response to get homeless Veterans the assistance they need. The clinic will open on March 1 at 2100 Comer Avenue, Columbus, Georgia.
- Daughter of Tuskegee Receives COVID Vaccine
- As a daughter of the City of Tuskegee, I embrace her proud history. Tuskegee Institute, now University, the prolific George Washington Carver and the legacy of the courageous Tuskegee Airmen