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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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.