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VA Pittsburgh will host the Telehealth Education Delivered (T.E.D.) van at its Pittsburgh campuses on Sept. 13 and 14. The van has the technology and a trainer to explain how telehealth improves access for Veterans.
Vietnam Veterans shared photographs and personal stories of service—from walking point with a scout dog to cooking meals in the Mekong Delta—during a commemorative event hosted by VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System.
VA Pittsburgh held a grand opening for its relocated Beaver County outpatient clinic. The state-of-the-art clinic is 40 percent larger and adds services to accommodate a growing number of Veterans seeking VA health care.
VA Pittsburgh, a support group for Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress disorder helps to rebuild lives. Veterans, young and old, learn their experiences in combat and in the civilian world, are more alike than not.
“In end-of-life care, we work to provide a good death for Veterans and their families,” Chaplain Alan Morris said. “A good death requires peace of mind, not only for Veterans, but for their families, as well.”
When high school seniors Pallavi Muluk and Katie Brandegee decided to focus their senior project on Veterans, they reached out to VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System’s recreation therapy team for guidance.