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Did you know that today's VA health care facilities, including the VA Maryland Health Care System, provide comprehensive primary care for women, as well as gynecology, specialty care and mental health services?
Through the VA Video Connect app, Veterans who have difficulty getting to their medical appointments have the option to virtually meet with a VA health care providers anywhere through a computer or mobile device.
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.
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.
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.