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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.
VA ECHCS began a clinical trial for the single-dose investigational COVID-19 vaccine developed by Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson. This is the fourth large-scale COVID-19 vaccine trial in the U.S.
From warm greetings by staff, to a colorful Wizard of Oz mural and her own ruby red clogs, Dorothy Barrow felt at home and ready to support the White Mountain Apache Reservation during a peak period of COVID-19 cases.
The future of medicine is continuously in motion and VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System Orthopedic Surgeon Ian Dickey is a leader in progressive three-dimensional total knee replacements with trailblazing outcomes.
VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System was recognized by the Veterans Experience Office in partnership with the Veterans Health Administration as the most improved VA for inpatient experience in fiscal year 2019.
Shortly after the issuance of a statewide Stay-At-Home order, VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System received a bulk meal donation from a nearby cafe. Since then, community organizations have donated over 15,000 meals.
When Korean War Veteran Dick Cope’s companion of 14 years - a German Shepherd named Buck - died unexpectedly last year, it left a huge void in his heart. Now, newly adopted Buck Jr. has rekindled his spirit.