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Photo of nurses deployed to Paramus, NJNursing Staff Assist NJ Veterans Memorial Home
VA Western New York Healthcare System nurses deployed mid April to assist the exhausted nursing staff at the Paramus, NJ Veterans Memorial Home in New Jersey. Nursing staff will rotate in the coming weeks.
Photo of Mr. Juan CruzA Successful COVID 19 Recovery
A Successful COVID 19 Recovery. Staff at VA New York Harbor Healthcare System applauded a non-Veteran patient who successfully treated and recovered from COVID-19 at the Manhattan VA and discharged Tuesday, April 21.
Group photo of VA Western New York Healthcare System employees deploying to NYC.VA Employees Deploy to Help Sister VAs
Over the last few weeks, several VA Western New York Healthcare System staff have deployed to New York City to assist VA Medical Centers hardest hit in New York and New Jersey in the fight against COVID 19.
Photo of Kazuo YamaguchiKazuo Yamaguchi A National Salute Story
A kid from Queens who grew up like a prince felt the call to serve the country that had provided a fruitful life for him and his family. My father said to me, 'Kazuo, our country, the United States, has been good to us.'
Photo of 3 VA health care women providersHome Telehealth
Home Telehealth provides care to Veterans who live in rural areas or are unable to leave their homes to receive VA health care. Hear one Veterans story on how Home Telehealth improved his quality of life.
WordingHepCVA Poised to Eradicate Hepatitis C Virus
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has announced that it is on track to eliminate the hepatitis C virus (HVC) in all Veterans willing and able to be treated. VA expects to reach the 100,000 Veterans cured mark.
Vietnam Veterans part of the celebrationVietnam War Veterans Honored
Vietnam War era Veterans from all branches of services through Vietnam Lapel Pin and Presidential Proclamation issuing ceremonies held at VA clinics events in Dunkirk, Jamestown, and Allegany American Legion.
Five prettily dressed women holding up Valentine's Day cards71st National Salute to Veterans Patients Day
Veterans and public are invited to the 71st National Salute to Veteran Patients open-house event at the Buffalo VA Medical Center at 1pm on Thursday, Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2019.
Three faces under the lead # Be ThereSuicide Prevention
You don’t need to have special training to support the Veterans in your life in order to help them if they are going through a difficult time. Small actions can have a huge impact.
photo left to right Sydney Cole, 104-year old Veteran and Julian Wilson, film maker.104-year-old Army Air Corps Veteran Honored
As the Nation honored the fallen at Pearl Harbor on December 7, VA Western New York Healthcare System in Buffalo, New York, recognized 104-year old Community Living Center resident and World War II Veteran, Sydney Cole.

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