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Coatesville Veterans Affairs Medical Center


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Map of the campusAdjustments to Services and Operations
Our response to the coronavirus requires us to adjust access to the campus and the way we deliver some of our services and programs until further notice. We have activated 100% screening measures for COVID-19.
Contractors hired by Coatesville VA Medical Center prune trees outside building 39 on February 22, as part of an effort to maintain the campus tree inventory.2019 Arbor Day Recognition
Coatesville VAMC is one of sixteen health institutions recognized by the foundation for making a mission-aligned impact on community wellness through tree education, investment, and community engagement.
Kathleen Dolengo, Caregiver Support Coordinator at Coatesville VA Medical Center, holds paperwork out and discussed the array of resources, education and training with Barry Durkee, U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran who is scanning the pamphlets and handouts.DELCO VA Clinic Caregiver Support Open House
The Delaware County VA Clinic hosted an Open House event to give Veterans the opportunity to meet the Caregiver Support Program coordinators and the Medical Center’s Leadership.
Marge Graham is sitting next to her husband John and set their forks aside during their appetizer for a quick photo while the pianist plays in the background. They are enjoying a full restaurant experience with at a table with red linen table clothes, flowers, and candles.Sweethearts' Luncheon
Veterans at the Coatesville VA Medical Center Community Living Center shared a full restaurant experience including live music with a loved one during the annual Sweethearts' Luncheon.
Example of a mixed media entry received for the 2020 competition. The landscape canvas displays bright tie dye paint colors bordered with rope knotted at the corners. A black anchor dominates the bottom left corner with black starbursts or sunflowers in the upper right.2020 CVAMC Creative Arts Festival is Underway
Entries for the 2020 Coatesville VA Medical Center Creative Arts Festival are being accepted from patients of the Coatesville VA Medical Center, Spring City and Newtown Square clinics until February 19.
The Coatesville VA Medical Center’s Delaware County Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) at Newtown Square.DELCO VA Clinic Caregiver Support Open House
On Thursday, February 13, 2020 the Coatesville VA Medical Center will host a Caregiver Support Program open house and Townhall event at their Outpatient Clinic at Newtown Square from 1:30 p.m. until 4 p.m.
Dr. Bernadette Hayburn, Clinical Psychologist is sitting at her desk at the Delaware County VA Clinic and speaking her patient Devika Mangaroo, a 33-year-old U.S. Army Veteran using VA Video Connect through her desktop computer.VA Video Connect eases the stress of commuting
VA Video Connect has eased the stress that commuting to appointments was putting on U.S. Army Veteran Devika Mangaroo after her doctor transferred from Coatesville VA Medical Center to another clinic 45 minutes away.
Brandon Smith, a Recreation Assistant at Coatesville VA Medical Center hands a package to a Transportation Management Association of Chester County volunteer while they unload the CHESCOBUS during the delivery of donations from TMACC and the Foundation for the Improvement of Transportation.TMACC Delivers Gifts to Coatesville
The event is the result of the partnership between TMACC and the VA and was developed to give back to Veterans. This year marks the seventh year that TMACC has rallied the community to help provide gifts for Veterans.
Nearly 200 David's Drive volunteers pause for a photo with their 1,000 boxes stacked in the shape of a Christmas tree.David's Drive 831 Holds Gift Wrapping Extravaganza
Nearly 200 volunteers filled the Great Hall to help David's Drive 831 package, wrap, and decorate more than 1,000 shoeboxes for Veterans receiving care at the Coatesville VA Medical Center.
Anthony Brown, in a white cap and black jacket, stares into the camera, squinting slightly from the sun. Behind him is a sign that reads Coatesville Medical Center, building 10, Fresh Start Foundation, Veterans Program.Anthony Brown - A Very New Experience
"When I first came [here], I never thought I would be at this stage in my life, but I utilize all the staff and everybody is my support system," said Brown. "And the VA has really helped me. I thank God for the VA."

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