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Coatesville VA Medical Center hosts a virtual Resource Fair on the Caregiver Support Program webpage starting September 24. Tap into the available resources to help you take care of your Veteran.Caregiver Support Program Virtual Resource Fair
You are there to support your Veteran. We are here to support you. We are hosting a virtual Resource Fair on our website starting September 24. Tap into the resources to help you take care of your Veteran by joining us.
Image of the flyer announcing the event for Veterans and family members who are invited to attend an outdoor drive thru Veterans Resource Fair to learn more about VA benefits and services at the VFW Post 6956, 320 River Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035.Drive Thru Veterans Resource Fair
Veterans and family members are invited to attend an outdoor drive thru Veterans Resource Fair to learn more about VA benefits and services at the VFW Post 6956, 320 River Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035.
Image shows the text “Visual Impairment Services Team (VIST) Program. What it is like to live with visual impairment…” at the top followed by five images beneath showing a recreation of normal vision, Glaucoma, Cataract, Diabetic, Retinopathy and Age-related Macular Degeneration.The Eagle – Autumn 2020
Inside this edition of The Eagle is information on free access to online resources, accessing safe care, tips on masks, and how Visual Impairment Services Team (VIST) improved one Veterans outlook.
The white drive thru flu tent at Coatesville VAMC stands ready to administer flu shots beginning Monday 14 September.Drive Thru Flu Shots Available
Drive thru flu shots are available by appointment at Coatesville VAMC and our Spring City and Delaware County clinics starting Monday. The outdoor drive thru is designed to minimize potential exposure to COVID-19.
Connie Fagan, a Registered Nurse in Primary Care at Coatesville VAMC with 44 years of experience in nursing stands ready in the Urgent Care Center on Aug 7.Beating COVID-19 is About Partnership
Nurses, like Connie Fagan, do their part to help Veteran patients fight the novel coronavirus by serving on the frontlines of care at the state facility Southeastern Veterans Center in Spring City.
Mary Maguire, an Adult Nurse Practitioner at the Coatesville VA Medical Center has 36 years of experience and works Primary Care from her office on August 4.Nurse Practitioner faces COVID-19 in New Jersey
Nurses, like Mary Maguire, do their part to help Veteran patients fight the novel coronavirus by serving on the frontlines of care at the State Veterans Home at Paramus, New Jersey.
A hand holds a cellphone in front of the steering wheel of a car with the word here typed ready to send. Through the windshield the way finder on Coatesville VAMC campus is visible.VEText Adds Safe Check-in Option
Coatesville VA Medical Center is piloting a new VEText feature called VEText Patient Tracking, allowing you to check-in for scheduled appointments from the safety of your vehicle.
A clinical Psychologist at the Newtown Square VA Clinic sits at her desk and is seeing her patient, a 33-year-old female, U.S. Army Veteran on the computer monitor through VA Video Connect.Coatesville VAMC surpasses 10,000 video visits
As in-person interactions decreased in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, VA Video Connect supported Veterans’ abilities to continue care and remain safely at home. Coatesville conducted 9,299 between March and June.
Alex Cruz, a Boy scout, pauses for a photo in front of the raised garden beds at Coatesville VAMC.A Partner for Change in Sustainability
For its achievements in health care sustainability, Coatesville VAMC received the Partner for Change Award from Practice Greenhealth, the nation’s leading organization for environmental sustainability in health care.
Andy Kraft, the 2020 Hazel P. Harnish Memorial Award winner for Excellence in Volunteering, holds his plaque up posing outside the Voluntary Services office.The 2020 Hazel P. Harnish Memorial Award Winner
Coatesville VA Medical Center selected one of their volunteers on June 15 to receive the highest honor available to the 306 volunteers, The Hazel P. Harnish Memorial Award for Excellence in Volunteering.

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