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drawing of medical shot needleMore than 100,000 COVID-19 vaccinations to Vets
The Veterans Affairs (VA) Rocky Mountain Network announced that it has now vaccinated more than 100,000 unique Veterans under its care, reaching a critical milestone in the fight against COVID-19.
A male Veteran receives a COVID-19 vaccinationOver 33,000 COVID-19 vaccinations and counting
The Veterans Affairs (VA) Rocky Mountain Network announced today that it has administered more than 33,000 initial doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to Veterans and VA medical staff under its care.
Dick VeenendaalStand in the Door and Go
Physician assistant Bruce Sperry, is a retired Lt. Col. who served with the Joint Special Operations Command during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He shares this story about the loss of a warrior, role model, and friend.
Man holding a turkeyPartnership feeds 500 Veterans over holidays
What do a turkey farmer, car dealership, and government agency have in common? It sounds like the start of a bad joke, but in truth, the unlikely partnership helped feed 500 Veterans in Salt Lake City.
U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie at the VA’s new South Jordan ClinicNew VA clinic to help 4,000 Veterans
Providing the foundational services of primary care and audiology, the new state-of-the-art South Jordan VA Clinic in Utah will help Veterans who live far from VA’s Salt Lake City campus access the services they need.
Dorothy BarrowNurse supports Apache Nation during COVID peak
From warm greetings by staff, to a colorful Wizard of Oz mural and her own ruby red clogs, Dorothy Barrow felt at home and ready to support the White Mountain Apache Reservation during a peak period of COVID-19 cases.
CT ScannerNew CT Scanner Now Serving Veterans
The Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System is proud to announce the addition of a new state of the art computerized tomography (CT or CAT-scan) machine to the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center.
VA respiratory therapist Eduardo CardenasVA respiratory therapist finds hope in New Orleans
The grip of COVID-19 had frozen the nation. Businesses closed, residents hunkered down, and the world stopped. But for the second time in a year, VA respiratory therapist Eduardo Cardenas was running toward the danger.
A Veteran shows his surprise at the flyoverFlyover salutes Veterans, VA employees
‘Lightning’ struck not once – but four times – over the George E. Wahlen VA Medical Center, as F-35A fighter jets from Hill Air Force Base tore through the skies during the “Salute to Utah” flyover.
People watch the procession of lighted police and fire vehicles to recognize health care workersVA Police salute health care heroes in procession
As a show of support for frontline health care heroes in the community fighting COVID-19, police officers from the VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System joined the procession with area police and fire departments.

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