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VA Puget Sound Health Care System is excited to announce that it began offering COVID-19 vaccination to health care personnel yesterday. VA is offering COVID-19 vaccines at 37 VA facilities nationwide at this time.
Dr. Joyce E. Wipf received VA’s highest honor for health professions education, the David M. Worthen Award for Excellence in Health Professions Education are sponsored by the VHA Office of Academic Affiliations.
Local Veterans land medals at VA's Arts Competition.“I set a goal to try and to win…to really push myself. Not only did I win my category, I won some significant life lessons along the way,” described one Veteran.
Being a Laos refugee is a catalyst to Sakuna Thongchanh’s compassion for caring for Veterans who sees a refugee’s and soldier’s experience on opposite sides of same coin-one running from war, the other running to war.
We are beginning our phased approach to safely and responsibly resume services. We'll proactively contact Veterans to make appointments, so our policy of no walk-in patients outside of emergent care remains in place.
VA Puget Sound Health Care System’s #1 priority is providing outstanding care to Veterans. What makes that possible is its team of dedicated doctors, nurses, researchers and support staff, like these four award-winners.
“Through VA’s virtual care tools, we are able to leverage available technology to make sure that our patients and staff are as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said VA Puget Sound Director Michael Tadych.