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Reintroducing in-person care, which was curtailed due to the coronavirus, has resumed at the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System for lab and imaging services at its community VA clinics in the Las Vegas valley.
The VASNHS will host a virtual Veterans Town Hall via Webex - 3-4 p.m. on June 23. Topics of discussion include a VASNHS COVID-19 update, information and status on reintroducing in-person care, and accessing VA services.
VASNHS is partnering with Vitalant Blood Services to assist recovered COVID-19 patients in donating convalescent plasma. This plasma units could save lives of local Veterans who may be fighting against the virus.
The transition into parenthood is challenging and many women struggle to feel happy when experiencing perinatal mental health issues. To address this concern, VASNHS has started a new virtual group for pregnant Veterans.
VASNHS begins to re-introduce open services after COVID-19 shutdowns. As one of the first sites nationally to return to in-person care to a phased approach while ensuring a safe environment for patients.
Dr. Ryan Graham, Clinical Psychologist, Behavioral Health Service, provides coordinated care in communities hard-hit by COVID-19 with a urban augmentation medical task force that focuses on improved hospitalization rates
VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System (VASNHS) is leading the way in providing virtual mental health care using VA video connect appointments to Veterans during a time when many are isolated at home due to COVID-19.
While social distancing is helping to slow the spread of COVID-19, it isn’t without its share of challenges. VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System is using VA Video Connect so Veterans can continue their group therapy.