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Pureed carrots, peas and fish displayed on a plate.Good Food Supports Good Health
At the VA Maryland Health Care System’s community living centers, food service staff and registered dietitians provide Veteran residents with meals that are appetizing and delicious, even for those on a pureed diet.
Photo of one of the new Veterans HELP Village homes located at the Perry Point VA Medical Center.A Village to Call Home
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan joined VA Maryland Health Care System Director Dr. Adam M. Robinson, Jr. and other state and hospital leadership for the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Perry Point VA Medical Center.
Dr. Preeti John conducts a class for fellow clinicians.Reducing Barriers
Dr. Preeti John, a staff surgeon at the Baltimore VA Medical Center, started using TeleMedicine technology in 2012 to examine veterans in the rural Eastern Shore in need of surgery.
Training for the LSTDI initiative.LSTDI: Launching Tough Conversations
Armed with the Life Sustaining Treatment Decisions Initiative (LSTDI) the VA Maryland Health Care System is educating clinicians.
VA Maryland Health Care System Single Stream RecyclingBeing Green
VA Maryland Health Care System is focused on keeping its facilities a healthy shade of green that would impress even a frog.
Veteran Minta DavisWhy Choose VA?
There are many reasons why Veterans rely on VA for their health care needs. Here’s why Veteran Minta Davis chooses VA.
Three Veteran patients with flag in background.Open House at VFW
Join us for a free VA Health Care Open House & Enrollment Fair at the VFW Post 160 in Glen Burnie on July 14 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Photo of Dewayne Roper.Why I Choose VA
Learn why one Veteran chooses VA for all of his health care.
Photo of a Veterans cemetery.Memorial Day 2018
Honor the legacy of fallen heroes by taking care of yourself.
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.

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