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Photo of nurse Sophia DidleyVA Employees Help Others Hard-Hit by COVID-19
Employees at the VA Maryland Health Care System and throughout the Veterans Health Administration are volunteering to deploy to areas across the country--wherever help is needed the most--through VA's DEMPS program.
COVID-19 vaccine vial imageBaltimore VAMC to Begin COVID-19 Vaccinations
The Baltimore VA Medical Center will soon begin administering COVID-19 vaccinations to frontline health care personnel and Veterans in VA’s long-term health care facilities and inpatients with spinal cord injuries.
Picture of smiling, masked hospital clinicianCOVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trial
The Baltimore VA Medical Center will soon begin a clinical trial for the single-dose investigational COVID-19 vaccine developed by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson.
Early Warning System logoEarly Warning System Saves Lives
Nurses at the Baltimore VA Medical Center are saving Veterans’ lives by documenting and tracking subtle changes in sick patients’ vital signs to predict—and prevent—heart attacks.
Pic of Rosie the Riveter holding up her arm after getting a flu shot.Free Flu Shots for Veterans
Fall has arrived and that means it’s time for flu shots—but it’s not the same-old, same-old this year. It's more important than ever to get vaccinated. If you are a Veteran, here's how you can get your flu shot for free.
Stormy weather with a "HURRICANE SEASON" sign and the words "Are you ready?"Are You Ready for the Next Storm?
We made it through Isaias last week, but there’s still a long way to go. Hurricane season runs until November 30 and experts are predicting this year will be especially active. Are you ready for the next storm?
collage of pics from two Veteran athletesMaryland’s Chesapeake Classics Win 12 Medals
The National Veterans Golden Age Games were held virtually this year, so Veterans could participate safely from home. The VA Maryland Health Care System's team, the Chesapeake Classics, brought home 12 medals.
Dr. Coffey showing the new check-in and waiting areaNew Check-in Process at Baltimore VA
The VA Maryland Health Care System is now offering limited face-to-face clinic appointments. This video shows how to use the new check-in system for appointments at the Baltimore VA Medical Center.
PTSD Treatment Works - Why wait?One Voice Challenge to Raise Awareness of PTSD
You can help raise awareness of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the availability of effective treatments by taking our "One Voice" Challenge. Spread that word that with help, recovery from PTSD is possible!
Sign that says Emergency in red lettersED and Urgent Care Still Safe
Our Emergency Department in Baltimore and Urgent Care Clinic at Perry Point are safe and still the best ways for Veterans to receive services for urgent health care needs, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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