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- 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
- 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.
- 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.