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Jessie Barnes Sr. accompanied by Ana Cintron, a CLC Clinical Social Worker and Dr. Audrey Hodge, Associate Chief of Staff (ACOS) for Geriatrics and Extended Care during the viewing of his son’s going home service.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 VAFace 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.
Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System Director Amir Farooqi participates in the Point-in-Time (PIT) count.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.
Tuskegee Native gets VaccineDaughter 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 BirthdayCAVHCS 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.
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.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.
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.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.
CAVHCS celebrates National Skilled Nursing Care Week, recognizing the role of skilled nursing care centers in caring for senior citizens and individuals with disabilities. (Photo by Will Townsend)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.
Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System Interim Medical Center Director Amir Farooqi (l) presents Margaret Ewell with the DAISY Award.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.
Army Veteran Warren Daniels uses CAVHCS Tele-glaucoma program in the comfort of his home.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.

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