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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.
This year's flu vaccine is expected to arrive by the third week of September. The annual flu vaccine is the best way to protect yourself against the flu virus and reduce the risk of spreading it to others.
The Volunteer Transportation Network program, staffed by dedicated volunteers and subsidized by the Disabled American Veterans (DAV), provides Veterans with a reliable way to get to their Medical Center appointments.
At VA’s Community Living Centers (CLCs), Veterans receive nursing home levels of care. Consistent Staffing assigns the same caregivers to the same shifts and neighborhoods every day, fostering trust-based relationships.
At Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center, cardiac catheterizations are performed in a state-of-the-art suite. Wilkes-Barre’s team of cardiologists, nurses, and technologists is skilled in all aspects of catheterization care.
Honors Escort Program is a solemn procession, signifying the passing of a Veteran. Veterans, staff and visitors take a moment to recognize the loss and honor the Veteran and family members as the procession passes.