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Officer Ardell Francis and Lieutenant David StroupQuick Action by Wilmington VA Police Saves Veteran
This summer, officers assigned Wilmington Veterans Affairs Medical Center’s police department were conducting their normal duties and saved a Veteran’s life. One officer was awarded VA Police Heroism Award.
Nurse with VeteranVeteran Presents Flags to VA Health Care Workers
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept through Delaware, a local Veteran found a way to honor his VA health care heroes by presenting custom, framed American flags to recognize their sacrifices.
CLC Resident ActivitiesVeterans in Long-Term Care Stay Connected, Active
During COVID-19, we have all had to adapt and find new, creative ways to stay both physically and mentally active. This holds true for Veterans residing in the Community Living Center at Wilmington VA Medical Center.
Nurse deployment photosVA Nurses Share Stories About Fighting COVID-19
VA nurses tell their stories after being deployed to community nursing homes in N.J. to help assist local health care workers battle COVID-19 as part of VA's Fourth Mission to assist the community in times of crisis.
VA NurseWhat to Expect as We Move Forward
We are set to begin our Moving Forward Plan. Information on our plans and procedures for virtual care, scheduling appointments, hours of operation, visitation, MyHealtheVet and Rx refills can be found in the full story.
Photograph of Wilmington VA Medical CenterDon’t Delay Care, Schedule Your Appointments!
The Wilmington VA Medical Center and our five Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) in Delaware and southern New Jersey are open, safe and are ready to care for your medical needs.
Jeffery Steidler, Chief of PoliceWilmington VAMC Police Officer Receives Honor
Jeffery Steidler, Chief of Police for Wilmington Veterans Affairs Medical Center, received the Police Chief of the Year Award from the U.S. VA Office of Security and Law Enforcement.
Photo of Wilmington VA Medical CenterDo Not Delay Essential Care
We at the Wilmington VA Medical Center want to thank you for your flexibility and cooperation as we work together practicing social distancing to flatten the curve and limit the devastating impact of the COVID-19.
Veteran on laptopSpreading the Word on VA Connected Care
The VA Connected Care Tools are important tools for all our veterans. In New Jersey the husband and wife team of Jonathan and Jacqui Hinker is spreading both the word and user knowledge.
An exterior directional sign for a hospital emergency department.Emergency Medical Care
You never know when you may need emergency medical care, so knowing what to do and where to go will benefit you. During a medical emergency, Veterans should immediately seek care at the nearest medical facility.

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