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Creative Arts FestivalCreative Arts Festival
The Maryland segment of the Veterans Creative Arts Competition took place virtually last week on Facebook and Twitter with 52 entries from 32 Veterans in 22 unique categories.
The American Spirit AwardThe American Spirit Award for Excellence
The Department of Veterans Affairs recently recognized the VA Maryland Health Care System’s Voluntary Service office with The American Spirit Award for Excellence in the Youth Volunteer category.
Lifting SpiritsLifting Cancer Patients’ Spirits
The Radiation Oncology team at the VA Maryland Health Care System is going the extra mile to encourage our Veteran patients, lift their spirits and make sure they know staff members are ready to assist with any issues.
Memorial DayA Memorial Day Message
Although the pandemic changed the way we celebrate, Memorial Day remains an important time for remembering and honoring those who paid the ultimate price to ensure our nation’s safety.
Creative ArtsVeteran Artists Invited to Share Their Talents
Veterans enrolled with the VA Maryland Health Care System are invited to participate in the health care system’s annual Creative Arts Competition and Festival, taking place virtually this year due to COVID-19.
Brushing Away the Potential for a Deadly IllnessBrushing Away the Potential for a Deadly Illness
VA is using a surprisingly simple life-saving weapon, and it’s not new nor is it high-tech. It’s a toothbrush, and along with good oral hygiene, it can prevent deaths from pneumonia.
A Veteran's MessageA Veteran's Message on COVID Vaccinations
A familiar face to Milwaukee-area Veterans is doing his part to make sure people get the COVID-19 vaccination. John Ziegler, 74, is featured in an outreach campaign designed to reach people reluctant to get the vaccine.
COVID-19 VaccineUse of J&J Vaccine Resumes
VA continues to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), resuming the use of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine.
SAVE LIVES ActVA fully implements SAVE LIVES Act
The VA Maryland Health Care System has fully implemented the SAVE LIVES Act to provide COVID-19 vaccines to all Veterans, their spouses and caregivers, and some beneficiaries.
COVID-19 Vaccination ClinicCOVID-19 Vaccination Clinic
The VA Maryland Health Care System will host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Baltimore VA Medical Center on Saturday, April 17, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. This clinic is open to Veterans 18 and older.

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