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Drawing of flu syringeFree Flu Shots for Enrolled Veterans
Veterans enrolled with the VA Maryland Health Care System (VAMHCS) are encouraged to protect themselves from the flu by getting a free flu shot at any VAMHCS facility or a local Walgreens pharmacy.
Veteran Gregory Brown talks with another Veteran in front of a computerHealth Care at Your Finger Tips
U.S. Army Veteran Gregory uses the VA patient portal, MyHealtheVet, to communicate with his orthopedic surgeon and other members of his health care team. Find out why he recommends the online tool to his friends.
Don't let benefits pass you by!Veterans Claims Clinic & Resource Fair
Join us at the American Legion Post 278 in Stevensville, MD, on September 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for an opportunity to access multiple resources and benefits for Veterans, all under one roof!
Crushed cigarette buttsSmoke Free VA
On October 1, 2019, smoking will no longer be permitted on any of our VA campuses for patients, visitors, vendors, volunteers and contractors. Smokers are encouraged to leave all tobacco and smoking materials home.
Nurse Sandy Beam with a patient.Summer Skin Safety Tips
The hazy hot days of summer have arrived! Wherever your plans for the upcoming Independence Day holiday may take you, chances are you will be outdoors at some point. Protect yourself with these tips.
Male veteran walking outside with grandsonWhy Choose VA: Accomplishing Goals
After a year of encouragement from his VA primary care provider, Gary Warren, U.S. Navy Veteran, decided to take advantage of more of the services available to help him get active and accomplish his goals.
Mr. Les Tweed and Dr. Olga WhitmanFighting for Independence
Whether due to uncontrolled diabetes, age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, or birth conditions, the number of people struggling with low vision is rising. Here are two Veterans' stories.
These cooks are among the more than 3,000 employees who work at the VA Maryland Health Care System who bring their skills and dedication to serving our Veterans and our nationPublic Service: Food Service
Public Service comes in many forms. Food service represents one of the vital, meaningful careers that government workers perform that might not be visible. Public Service Week—May 5-11—honors government employees.
Open House detailsOpen House and Enrollment Fair May 4
Veterans of all ages, get the health care you've earned! Join us at our next Open House and Enrollment Fair, to be held at the Loch Raven VA Medical Center on Saturday, May 4, 2019, from 10 a.m. to noon to learn more.
Veteran talking to someone outsideWhy Choose VA: A Personal Feeling of Belonging
WWII Veteran and Purple Heart recipient Murray Simon describes the personal feeling of belong he has while residing at the Loch Raven VA Community Living Center, part of the VA Maryland Health Care System.

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