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Health care workers wearing masks with a box of donated foodDonated meals fuel health care heroes
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.
Buck Jr.Korean War Vet finds renewed purpose with Buck Jr.
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.
Courtney Graham from VA Voluntary Services donates bloodRocky Mountain VA hosts community blood drives
With many blood drives canceled recently due to coronavirus, VA has partnered with Vitalant community blood center to host blood drives at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center. The next blood drive is July 23.
Dr. Stuart SmithThe Art of Medicine from an Old Country Doc
Using a model called the Hippocratic Tripod, former Denver VA outpatient physician Dr. Stuart Smith shares his message about the meaning of medicine, which he says has everything to do with community and clinical trust.
People watch the procession of lighted police and fire vehicles to recognize health care workersVA Police salute health care heroes in procession
As a show of support for frontline health care heroes in the community fighting COVID-19, police officers from the VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System joined the procession with area police and fire departments.
TootsieFurry Employee Offers Comfort During COVID
One thing is certain, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center looks vastly different. There are no groups of Veterans sharing stories, the waiting rooms are empty...
Drive-up triageADJUSTING TO COVID-19 OPERATIONS
When the entire world is facing a global pandemic, life-changes. Some changes are gradual and go unnoticed while others happen rapidly. The Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center...
Medication BottleCOVID-19 & Pharmacy Refills
Attention Veterans: There is no need to stockpile medications. Please know that VA is able to order, fill and mail medications in a timely manner to ensure our Veterans’ needs are met.
Veterans participate in adaptive skiingVeterans Winter Sports Clinic Canceled
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today that the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic, which had been scheduled to occur from March 29 to April 3, in Snowmass, Colo., has been canceled.
ECHCS hosts 'Suits for Warriors'ECHCS hosts 'Suits for Warriors'
On December 18 2019, VA ECHCS hosted the first ever ‘Suits For Warriors’ event at the Rocky Mountain VA Medical Center. In total, 572 of America’s heroes took a suit of their own home.

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