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Veterans Health Administration 75th Anniversary poster with images of Veterans and VHA employees arranged in a grid the logo for Veterans Health Administration and 75 years.VHA celebrates 75 years
This year, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) commemorates 75 years of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). VHA was originally established in 1946 to care for Veterans returning from World War II.
Joseph Boyce, U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran, stopped to chat with Coatesville VAMC staff about his experience receiving Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine on Friday January 7, 2021.1,430 Vaccine Doses Delivered
CVAMC has delivered over 1,430 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine since receiving first distribution and began offering the vaccine to outpatients at high risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19 on January 4.
P.J. McCloskey, a Veteran who served two years in the U.S. Army in the Signal Corp from 1955 to 1957, rolls up his sleeve to receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at the Coatesville VA Medical Center on January 7, 2021.COVID-19 Vaccine Available
Coatesville VA Medical Center began offering the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine on to outpatients on Monday. As vaccines become available, our VA care team will be reaching out to eligible Veterans to schedule vaccinations.
Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine sits in a refrigerated unit after its arrival at the Coatesville VA Medical Center on December 21, 2020.COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Begins with Moderna
Coatesville VA Medical Center began COVID-19 vaccination with the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, December 21, 2020, following the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Emergency Use Authorization for this vaccine.
An image of a highway running through an expansive landscape under a partially cloudy sky with the words "Beneficary Travel"prominent in the top center of the picture. The numbers 24, 7, and 365 are boxed in yellow.New Travel Pay Claims Portal
BTSSS offers travel beneficiaries more convenience, faster processing, and new tracking capabilities through a secure web-based portal Access.va.gov, available 24/7, 365 days a year.
Picture of building 1 taken in fall of 2013New Medical Center Director Named
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeffrey Beiler as the new director of the Coatesville VA Medical Center in Coatesville, Pennsylvania.
Coatesville VA Medical Center’s Delaware County Clinic entrance at 4883 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA.VA Health Care Enrollment Event
Veterans and family members are invited to join VA staff at the Delaware County VA Outpatient Clinic to learn about VA health care and benefits. Enroll for VA health care on-the-spot. Please bring a copy of your DD-214.
Caregiver support program logo includes three stars inside a heart over the words VA Caregiver Support.Assistance for Family Caregivers Expanded
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs regulation to improve and expand the VA Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers goes into effect on Oct 1 expanding eligible Veterans and the services available.
Steve Miller, a nurse in Primary Care at Coatesville VA Medical Center’s clinic in Spring City, with 21 years of experience in nursing stands out front of the South Eastern Veterans Center for a photo on Sep 2, 2020.Nurse steps in to protect Veterans from COVID-19
Steve Miller, a nurse at CVAMC, stepped in to help Veterans by serving on the frontlines of care at the state-run Southeastern Veterans Center. A Veteran himself, Miller normally works Primary Care in Spring City.
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.

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