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Wilmington VA is now offering COVID-19 vaccines to all enrolled Veterans regardless of age. Vets must be enrolled in VA health care at Wilmington VA or one of its clinics in Del. or south Jersey to receive the vaccine.
Wilmington VAMC will be opening its new Kent County CBOC location at the end of the month. The new 29,000 square foot location expands Veteran health care services closer to Veterans in central and southern Delaware.
is hosting a virtual listening session March 19 to hear from Veterans on how to design a health care system of the future and grow services for Veterans in a way that reinforces VA’s role as a leader in health care.
With the National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans last week Veteran residents in our Community Living Center were treated to a myriad of comfort and sensory activities such as snowball fights with foam balls.
We invite you to come and read our 2020 Annual Report. Inside is a recap and stories from FY2020 on how Wilmington VA Medical Center Answered the Call and Stepped Up to Serve Our Community during the pandemic.
Wilmington VAMC recognized volunteers in an awards event. Due to COVID-19, the annual event had to be reimagined, and the team responded by setting up a drive-thru event where they safely could interact.
"This clinic is testament to our investment and a promised kept in the care we provide to Veterans,” said Vince Kane, Director, Wilmington VAMC. “Veterans will have greater access to care closer to their home.”