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VA Puget Sound Health Care System is making a significant difference, and its staff across its nine facilities throughout the Pacific Northwest, delivered world-class care to the more than 110,000 Veterans.
Planning ahead is the key to maintaining health through the holidays. A few tips to help get through the season: Really enjoy your food and drink. take care of yourself, remember what the holidays are really about.
Department of Veterans Affairs and GE Healthcare partner to accelerate use of 3D printing in patient care and reduce the time it takes for radiologists to create 3D-printed models and prosthetics from hours to minutes.
Veterans, as a patient population overall, are especially vulnerable – twenty-four percent currently have a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and more than 550,000 Veterans nationwide are at risk for amputation.
Robert Wilkie, U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs, visited VA Puget Sound Health Care System today to speak with Veterans, tour the facility and receive an update on Electronic Health Records Modernization (EHRM)