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When families and loved ones are being separated, & medical facilities are at capacity for COVID-19 patients throughout Texas, the VA is working to ensure Vets & citizens continue to receive the best care VA provides.
On Tuesday, July 14, the South Texas VA in San Antonio, Texas transferred eight Spinal Cord Injured patients to the North Texas VA Healthcare System to be ready for the surge that is working its way through south Texas.
June recognizes the almost one billion people around the world who suffer from migraines and headaches. It also provides an opportunity to learn about new treatments for those who suffer from migraines.
A group of South Texas Veterans Health Care System nurses was dispatched to assist staff at a Veterans state nursing home to provide COVID-19 testing support. The staff at the home were impressed with the response.
Fisher House closed to families and took on a new mission: provide accommodations for critical staff. Fisher House program manager, Erik Zielinski and many volunteers reconfigured the Fisher House for the new mission.
During a recent virtual medical appointment, Air Force Veteran Shawn Lamm shared how he and his family were coping. He admitted it was a stressful time and that he missed spending time with his grandchildren.
As San Antonio VA celebrates National Volunteer Week – a bit somber because not all volunteers are here to celebrate – STVHCS wants to highlight a volunteer who, throughout this crisis, shined as a key player at ALM.