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As a Veteran who is enrolled with the VA Maryland Health Care System, you have several options to receive a free flu shot. One of the simplest ways to get a flu shot is at an in-network community pharmacy.
People aged 65 years and older, or 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions, who received a Pfizer COVID-19 primary vaccine series at least six months ago are encouraged to receive a booster shot.
In the aftermath of September 11, countless brave men and women stepped up to serve their country. Among them are the Post-9/11 Veterans we are honored to serve today at the VA Maryland Health Care System.
The VA Maryland Health Care System hosted its first Women Veterans Virtual Public Forum this week. For anyone who missed the event, a recording of the forum and the presentation slides are available now!
Veterans from all eras are reacting to the events in Afghanistan, such as the U.S withdrawal and the takeover by the Taliban, and may question the meaning of their service or whether it was worth their sacrifice.
The VA Connection Plans intervention is designed for use by professionals with training in basic mental health techniques to empower Veterans by providing them skills to address the aspects of social isolation.
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.