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Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (CAVHCS)
- CAVHCS Veteran Celebrates 100th Birthday
- Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System held a drive-by birthday parade for Army Veteran Dewey P. Williams to celebrate his birthday and to honor his sacrifice to our nation.
- Veteran Gets Chance to Walk Again
- Curtis Robinson lost his left leg as a result of complications of diabetes. In an instant his life was drastically changed. Robinson ended up in a wheelchair, a big contrast to his previously active lifestyle.
- CAVHCS Nurse Deploys to State Veterans Home
- Dora Ratliff, a Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System registered nurse, deployed to the Bill Nichols State Veterans Home to assist in providing care to our most vulnerable Veterans.
- Alabama VA 5-star Nursing Home Puts Veterans First
- As Veterans get older, it’s nearly impossible to safely give them the care they need at home. Ensuring a loved one's safety during a pandemic can be overwhelming, but a 5-star facility can put your mind at ease.
- Face Covering Requirement at VA
- As communities begin the transition to relax limitations that helped slow the spread of COVID-19, the CAVHCS is working on expanding services at our medical centers and clinics.
- Alabama VA Nurse recognized with DAISY Award
- Ewell’s compassion continues to make a difference and exemplifies her commitment to the profession. Her hard work and dedication led to CAVHCS honoring her with a surprise DAISY Award ceremony at the Tuskegee campus.
- Alabama VA first to use Teleglaucoma Service
- Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System is leading the way in telehealth innovation with an all new Tele-glaucoma program to make sure our Veterans can access care when and where they need it.
- CAVHCS Takes Steps Toward Becoming a HRO
- CAVHCS began using Huddle Boards in taking steps to become a HRO with Huddle Boards, which are a whiteboard partitioned into six sections a discuss issues, disseminate information, and present challenges.
- Honoring the Past, Securing the Future
- An attentive, diverse crowd packed the Tuskegee chapel for the annual Black History Month observance Feb. 20 to reflect on the rich history of African Americans and how their contributions have shaped our nation.
- Black History Month Observance: Honoring the Past
- n attentive, diverse crowd packed the Tuskegee chapel for the annual Black History Month observance Feb. 20 to reflect on the rich history of African Americans and how their contributions have shaped our nation.