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Graphic Illustration featuring DC VAMC Occupational TherapistsHealth Care Heroes: Occupational Therapy Assistant
Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants help Veterans engage in daily activities that make them feel independent after an injury or illness.
Calcium Signaling Laboratory Team: (left to right) Samuel Shin, Farai Gombedza, Bidhan Bandyopadhyay, Eugenia Awuah Boadi, Harrison Streeter, Bok-Eum Choi, not shown: Samuel Yeroushalmi and Peijun Li.Headline-Making Research
The Medical Center's Calcium Signaling Laboratory's latest research has been published in a major medical journal
Graphic Illustration featuring DC VAMC physicians wearing surgical masks.Health Care Heroes:Medical Service
Medical Service is comprised of highly trained physicians who work in a variety of areas throughout the medical center and clinics.
Graphic illustration featuring the Business Office TeamHealth Care Heroes: Business Office
It's no secret at the medical center that the Business Office is a diverse team with a number of vital missions. During the pandemic, Business Office team members learned to be flexible and think outside of the box.
Graphic Illustration featuring the Biomedical TeamHealth Care Heroes: Biomedical Team
As the pandemic approached, the Biomedical Engineering Team began an aggressive preventative maintenance program on ventilators and other life-saving equipment.
President Joe Biden visits with the Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center’s COVID-19 Vaccination Team.VA Presidential Visit
VA Secretary Denis McDonough hosted President Joe Biden, along with Dr. Carolyn Clancy, Acting Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs, on March 8 at the Washington DC VA Medical Center.
Photo of a man with headphones using a tabletVeterans' Virtual Listening Sessions
Veterans can help determine the future of VA health care by joining the upcoming virtual listening session for the DC-area on March 15, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. EST.
illustration featuring the medical center's Dental Service Team.Health Care Heroes: Dental Service Team
During the pandemic, the Dental Service Team quickly adapted new technologies to support a culture of safety while delivering quality care to Veterans.
The Fight is in US, Donate PlasmaThe Fight is in Us
The Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center is partnering with "The Fight is in Us" to increase COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma donations in the DC area.
Graphic illustration featuring the Chaplain Service TeamHealth Care Heroes: Chaplain Service Team
The Chaplain Service Team is no stranger to thinking outside of the box to deliver pastoral care in unique ways.

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