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Mac McEnery won’t slow down. He’s had prosthetics for years, never really taking him off course. Then, new prosthetic feet came into his life: the Ottobock Meridium. Mac is a patient of VA Maine Amputation Care.
A photograph of the Colorado Rockies in Autumn. Intricate bead-work depicting the POW/MIA flag done in red, white & blue. This isn’t an art gallery. It’s the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado.
Accountability within any organization is vital to mission execution. In the case of the Department of Veterans Affairs, it has direct impact on the level of care and services provided to our Veterans and their families.
Are you up to date on all the vaccines you should have? All Veterans and their families should get recommended vaccines to protect their health. Even healthy adults can become ill and pass diseases on to others.
Beyond the day-to-day health and rehabilitation services, the VA Office of Research & Development proactively seeks to improve Veterans’ – and indeed all Americans’ lives – through constant discovery and innovation.
Twenty-one brave Soldiers, Airmen, Marines and Sailors were gunners, pilots and medics who signed up to serve their country. Today was the day that their community stepped up and served these women in return.