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Vials of the Johnson and Johnson Janssen  COVID-19 vaccination lined up and receding from left to right.Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Paused
Following the recommendation of the CDC and the FDA, the Coatesville VAMC continues to pause the use of the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine. We continue to offer the Moderna vaccine.
A circle shaped logo. The outer circle is the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rainbow flag colors with an inner circle separated by a white band of the transgender flag colors.New virtual health group for LGBT Veterans
Coatesville VA Medical Center (VAMC) is registering Veterans for a new virtual health education group for Veterans who identify with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community until April 16.
Reginald Draughn talks on the phone while the nurse delivers his first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination.Vaccine Availability Expanded by SAVES LIVES Act
Coatesville expands COVID-19 vaccination to Veterans, including those who are not enrolled or eligible for VA health care, Veteran spouses, Veteran caregivers, and CHAMPVA beneficiaries.
John Anker looks at the pictures he is holding of his dogs that his wife Margret shares across a table during their first face to face visit in a year.Face to Face Visits Resume for Veterans in the CLC
CVAMC resumed face to face visits on Thursday for Veterans residing in the Community Living Center. Families looking to schedule a visit with their Veteran may schedule an appointment through the social worker on staff.
Debora Brooks-Wilson calmly stares off in the opposite direction of the nurse delivering Brooks-Wilsons first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination.Vaccines Open to All Enrolled
Coatesville VAMC began offering the COVID-19 vaccine to all enrolled Veterans on Thursday. Veterans of any age who are enrolled with Coatesville may schedule an appointment by calling (610) 384-7711 extension 5110.
Gary Giorno, a Vietnam era Veteran in a black t-shirt and glasses looks straight ahead as he receives his second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.Vaccines open to enrolled Veterans age 55 and over
Coatesville VAMC began offering the COVID-19 vaccine to Veterans age 55 and over on Monday. All vaccinations are delivered by a scheduled appointment. Veterans age 55 or over may dial the call center at (610) 383-0239.
Stock image of gloved hands coming together in the iconic team rally gesture of a group coming together.Veterans: How Can VA Improve Your Health Care?
VA is hosting public virtual listening sessions to hear from Veterans on how to design a health care system of the future and grow services for Veterans Friday, March 19, at noon – and you are invited.
Members of the Pharmacy at Coatesville VA Medical Center pose for a photo on February 5, 2020. They hold up a banner recognizing accomplishments on the steps outside building 2 on the main campus to celebrate the recognition from VHA's National High Reliability HeRO Award.Pharmacy Receives VHA's National HeRO Award
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced it honored Veterans Health Administration (VHA) National HeRO Award recipients from Coatesville VA Medical Center Pharmacy.
Stock image of nine COVID-19 vaccine bottles on a white surface with a blue background.Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives
The Coatesville VA Medical Center received the first shipment of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine at their facility today and enrolled Veterans are now being scheduled to have the vaccine administered at our CBOCs.
Image of several boxes of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine resting on the shelf of a cool storage refrigerator at the Coatesville VA Medical Center. This image is of the initial shipment of vaccine was taken shortly after they arrived on December 21, 2020.Delayed Delivery of Vaccine Postpones Vaccination
Shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine expected to arrive today have been delayed requiring the Coatesville VA Medical Center to reschedule a number of Veterans’ COVID-19 vaccination appointments.

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