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Craig Paulitz and Milton Greenberg demonstrate BLS training.VA Dietitian Saves Vet Thanks to BLS Training
VA Dietitian Craig Paulitz was making his scheduled visit to a Veteran's home when a breakfast meal triggered a life-or-death situation. Thanks to Paulitz's Life Support Training, the Veteran survived the choking scare.
Lance Brown before and after photo.Veteran Loses 70 Pounds with VA MOVE! Program
Lance Brown's waist size had gone up to 44 inches and his weight ballooned to 220 pounds after he left the military. The VA's MOVE! program helped him shed 70 pounds and get his health back on track.
Joselito Velasquez photoVA Nurse Practitioner Saves Infant's Life
When Joselito Velasquez boarded his flight bound for Raleigh, N.C. he had no idea that an otherwise ordinary day for the VA Nurse Practitioner would become extraordinary - one where he would be hailed a hero.
Free Wi-Fi signFree Wi-Fi for Veterans and Guest
West Palm Beach continues to have FREE Wi-Fi Internet connection available for Veterans and guest. Please note that the connection has changed in the main building. Update your connections today.
Photo of Dr. Kim in 1954 on the left and present day on the right.Decades Later, Korean War Doc Proudly Serving Vets
Kuang S. Kim, MD has seen many changes over the years as an anesthesiologist. From working in a M.A.S.H. unit during the Korean War to serving Veterans at VA, at 89 he doesn't plan on retiring any time soon
Courtesy Photo of Winding Waters Nature ParkWest Palm Beach VA to Host Nature Walk
The West Palm Beach VA will host a one-mile nature walk on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 9:30 am for Veterans and their families in partnership with Palm Beach County as part of "Be Physically Active Month" in May.
Youth Volunteers in 20162017 Summer Youth Program
The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center’s Voluntary Service is now accepting applications for the 2017 Youth Volunteer Program. Youth from age 14 to 18 are welcome to apply. The application deadline is March 17, 2017.
Dietitian and Caregiver work to prepare a Veteran's meal4 Facts About Dietitians - Home Based Primary Care
Dietitians of West Palm Beach VA's Home Based Primary Care program offer comprehensive care to some of our most unique Veterans. As part of the HBPC team, dietitians bring nutrition counseling and services to Veterans. .
Morikami Gardens BridgeMorikami Stroll
The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is offering a unique and innovative stress management program for West Palm Beach are Veterans. Registration for the program is free for Veterans.
Smiling male patient talks with doctorNew Treatments for Hepatitis C Offer Hope
Hepatitis C can cause cirrhosis, end-stage liver disease and liver cancer. Most people don’t have any symptoms. Learn the risk factors and how new treatments offer high cure rates.

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