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As the COVID-19 pandemic response normalized physical separations, Choose Home, a nationally funded initiative for senior Veterans, guaranteed social connections. Now, the Colorado Springs-based program seeks to expand.
Hard work has earned 20-year-old youth volunteer Anit Tyagi a $7,500 scholarship for his ongoing dedication to serving Veterans with the emergency medical team at VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System (ECHCS).
Almost two years from the day he lost his sight and became deaf in one ear, Marine Veteran Zachary Tidwell gathered with a small group of Veterans for the March 2021 National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic.
VA not only cares for our nation’s heroes, but it is advancing change and positively affecting the way America delivers health care. The use of 3D printing is one of the many innovations VA is now focused on.
Vietnam Veteran Mark Maloney made history Wednesday as the first patient enrolled with VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System (VA ECHCS) to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center.
Since the 1970s, standard knee replacements have helped countless patients get back on their feet. But what if there was a customized option using implants specifically designed for your body and a faster recovery time?
During his four years as a physical therapist with VA, Dr. Craig Rudikoff has been at the center of improving Veterans’ lives here in Aurora and across the U.S. It’s no wonder he was recently named 2020 PT of the Year.