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Volunteer Mike Mills working the coffee cart.Making a Difference
Volunteers do a variety of jobs, from office work to reading to hospice patients, from providing respite care to caregivers to driving veterans who are unable to transport themselves to and from medical appointments.
Perry Point Veteran interacting with a male employee.Baltimore VA Open House
Join us at a free Open House, Town Hall, and Enrollment Fair at the Baltimore VA Medical Center on April 25 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Volunteer Mike Mills working the coffee cart.Celebrating Volunteers
Volunteers do a variety of jobs, from office work to reading to hospice patients, from providing respite care to caregivers to driving veterans who are unable to transport themselves to and from medical appointments.
Perry Point Veteran interacting with a male employee.Baltimore VA Medical Center Open House
Join us at a free Open House, Town Hall, and Enrollment Fair at the Baltimore VA Medical Center on April 25 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Young Veteran at Information Desk.Why Choose VA?
Did you know…If you served in the U.S. military, you may be eligible to receive free or low cost VA health care benefits, even if you have private health insurance?
The Strolling Strings Air Force Band performing for Veteran inpatients at the VA Maryland Health Care System.Selected for the Spirit Award
Active duty military personnel play a vital role in enhancing the morale among our military veterans.
Photo of Dr. Lois Freeman, Nurse Practitioner.Nurse Practitioner Recognized
This award recognizes nurses with a nurturing spirit, a driving passion to improve the health and well-being of others, a commitment to personal and professional growth and development in nursing for self and others.
Working 12- and 13 hour days with joy in their hearts, VA Maryland employees make a difference for fellow Americans devastated by storm’s destruction.Volunteering in Puerto Rico
Working 12- and 13 hour days with joy in their hearts, VA Maryland employees make a difference for fellow Americans devastated by storm’s destruction.
Man at work blowing his nose and appearing sick with the sticker Flu Shot on the outside of his computer screen.Avoid the Misery of the Flu!
The current vaccines can make the difference between having a milder illness and a hospital stay. The flu shot is your family’s best defense against the flu. Get your free flu shot today!
Female volunteer at the information desk at the Baltimore VA Medical Center helping a young veteran with directions.Make a Difference in the Lives of Veterans
If you want to serve Veterans, but the thought of volunteering in a clinical setting makes you squeamish, don’t worry: There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer throughout the VA without being in a clinical area.

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