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"If Not Me, Then Who..."Never Forget
They may no longer be a call away or just a drive up the road, but together Gold Star Families continue the legacy of their loved ones by giving back.
#BeTheOneBe the One
“I went for my COVID-19 vaccine. It was very well organized, and everyone was extremely helpful. All my concerns were addressed in a timely manner. I have nothing but respect for all involved in my visit.” –John, Veteran
Row of flagsVeterans: How Can VA Improve Your Health Care?
Veterans: join our virtual listening session on June 7, 2021 and tell us what you think! We are looking forward to robust engagement and to hearing the voices and insights of Veterans.
Juno Beach Clean-UpGetting Down & Dirty for the Place We Call Home
Feet in the sand and gloves on hands – The West Palm Beach VA (WPBVA) team was proudly serving beyond their service to Veterans this past Saturday morning.
Michael Turner a U.S. Army Veteran receives a COVID-19 Vaccine.VA Partners with FAU for Mass Vaccination Clinic
On Feb. 6, the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center provided nearly 600 Veterans with COVID-19 Vaccines at a mass vaccination clinic held by on the Campus of Florida Atlantic University - Boca Raton.
Laurel Williams getting the COVID-19 VaccineWest Palm Beach VA Surpasses Vaccination Milestone
The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center reached a historic milestone last week by administering their 10,000th COVID-19 Vaccine to healthcare workers and Veterans in line with CDC and VHA’s risk criteria.
A Veteran smiles as she holds baby gifts on August 6.VA Hosts Drive Thru Baby Shower for Veterans
The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center made sure there were plenty of gifts, congratulatory banners, and smiles during its very first drive thru baby shower for Veterans on August 6.
Clinical Dietitian F. Brian BeCraft and Social Science Health Coordinator Ginika Ebosele standing in front of VA fresh truck.VA Fresh Program brings nutrition to Veterans
The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center's VA Fresh program expands Veterans' access to nutrition education and fresh produce through partnerships with local farmers and food pantries.
Veteran Harold Lake and VA Nurse Gelda Pratt look at a tablet.VA helps its nursing home residents stay connected
West Palm Beach VA’s Community Living Center staff is using iPads and Android tablets, to help its residents stay connected to their loved ones who are unable to visit due to COVID-19 physical distancing requirements.
VA staff members standing togetherWest Palm Team supports VA's ‘Fourth Mission’
West Palm Beach VA Medical Center's clinical teams are supporting VA's “Fourth Mission” by providing support to community nursing homes in the area during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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