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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.
The VA Health Chat App provides easy, secure, online access for Veterans to chat with VA staff when they have health care needs, questions, and more. Veterans enrolled for VA health care in Florida, South Georgia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Island can download and use the app starting March 11.VA Health Chat App Available to Veterans March 11
VA Health Chat App provides easy, secure, online access for Veterans to chat with VA staff when they have health care needs, questions, and more. The app is available for Android and IOS devices.
External shot of West Palm Beach VA Medical Center's Domiciliary.West Palm Beach VA Opens New Treatment Facility
On February 20 the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center cut the ribbon on its General Domiciliary which will treat Veterans battling substance abuse and other mental health disorders.
Sherri Lipson before and after her weight loss.VA's MOVE Program Helps Woman Lose 70 Pounds
As a pre-diabetic on high blood pressure medication, U.S. Army Veteran Sherri Lipson wanted to lead a healthier lifestyle. She lost 70 pounds with the help of West Palm Beach VA Medical Center's MOVE! Program.
Robert Crawford in uniform in New York City.Remembering September 11
For Robert Crawford, September 11, 2001 began like any other Tuesday. Eighteen years later the U.S. Marine Corps Veterans still remembers the sights, sounds and smells from that day as if it all happened yesterday.
veterans and va staff togetherVA exercise program helps elderly veterans get fit
The West Palm Beach VA's Motivation to Move program has helped veterans get out of their wheelchairs and on onto their feet. Nursing home residents have reduced their number of falls and are more active than ever.
greenhealth award 2019West Palm VA Awarded for Sustainability Efforts
The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center received the 2019 Practice Greenhealth Partner Recognition Award for its efforts to reduce waste and energy consumption. This is the medical center's third year being awarded.
Arthur Berkowitz during WWII and recent photo wearing WWII hatWWII Vet Celebrates His 74th “Alive Day”
WWII Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient, Arthur Berkowitz, celebrates his 74th "Alive Day" from the Battle of the Bulge. His caregiver and daughter, Sherry, is grateful to the VA for his outstanding care.
Thomas Corey (middle) with friends.VA Employee Honored as Veteran of the Year
Thomas Corey (U.S. Army), a decorated Vietnam veteran, was honored as Veteran of the Year by the Rooney’s Golf Foundation during the Third Biennial Armed Forces Appreciation Breakfast.

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