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You never know when you may need emergency medical care, so knowing what to do and where to go will benefit you. During a medical emergency, Veterans should immediately seek care at the nearest medical facility.
Veterans, we invite you to learn about a variety of VA healthcare benefits and services that you may be eligible for. This is a great opportunity to get the information you are looking for and ask questions.
As part of our continuing commitment to providing high quality, comprehensive VA health care to Veterans residing in the Delaware County area, the CVAMC plans to relocate the Springfield CBOC to Newtown Square.
On January 9, President Trump and VA Secretary David Shulkin announced an Executive Order to provide "seamless access" to mental health treatment and suicide prevention resources for members leaving military service.
During the fall & winter months, we are more prone to illness because we spend more time indoors. It’s cold and flu season, and staying healthy can be hard when you are living in the same household with sick individuals.
The seasonal flu vaccine is available at the Coatesville VA Medical Center and our community based outpatient clinics in Spring City and Springfield. All eligible Veterans are encouraged to get an influenza vaccination.
The Under Secretary for Health recently selected a project to reduce respiratory hospitalizations as a “Gold Status Fellow” in the Third Shark Tank Competition submitted by members of our Home Based Primary Care team.
Veterans have unusually high rates of hepatitis C, especially Veterans born between 1945 and 1965. Hepatitis C is a disease of the liver caused by a virus; it is generally spread through blood-to-blood contact.
An estimated 44 million women in the US are affected by heart disease. Heart disease and stroke cause one in three deaths in all women every year. We're asking women Veterans to "know your numbers" this February.