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Coatesville Veterans Affairs Medical Center

 

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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.
Veteran sits face-to-face with healthcare providerCoatesville VAMC Expands Health Care Services
Coatesville VAMC reintroduces face-to-face care starting 15 June, at its main facility and community clinics to expand access to care for Veterans who have the greatest clinical need.
Stock photo of a Veteran's Memorial Day wreath with white flowers and a small U.S. Flag displayed underneath a tree.Virtual Memorial Day Observance Options
Coatesville VA Medical Center offers several virtual observance options for this year's Memorial Day events starting Friday and running through Memorial Day Monday on Facebook.
OmpracticeExtended Access to Services
Veterans registered with Coatesville VA Medical Center (VAMC) now have access to live yoga, tai chi, qigong and meditation instruction thanks to a new partnership with Ompractice that began Monday.
Map of the Coatesville VA Medical Center campus highlighting the single-entry point, screening station and traffic flow.Accessing Care at Coatesville
The changes can affect when, where and how Veterans access their care and understanding what services we offer will save Veterans time and frustration when Veterans try to access their care.
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.

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