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In February, the Durham VA Healthcare System (DVAHCS) held two mass vaccination events administering doses of the Pfizer Vaccine to more than 6,000 Veterans. The Durham VA is preparing to vaccinate more Veterans.
On June 26, 2020, Army Veteran Ollie Hendricks felt the sun on his face for the first time in two months. After a battle with Coronavirus, Ollie is being discharged from the Durham VA Healthcare System.
Beginning June 8, 2020, the Office of Community Care is requesting that all Veterans report their non-VA Emergency Department visits to the Department of Veteran Affairs within 72 hours of the start of emergency care.
Feeling stressed by COVID-19? In this video, Dr. Jonathan Leinbach, Associate Chief of Staff for mental and behavioral health, shares helpful methods for managing the challenges associated with COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Eligible DVAHCS Veterans with active cancer can directly schedule Oncology appointments making access to specialty care services faster and easier for Veterans, while improving availability for primary care services.