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World War II Veteran Tom Dimperio poses with family and VA Secretary Robert L. Wilkie after receiving a commemorative coin for his dedicated service.VA Secretary Robert Wilkie Visits VAPAHCS
Secretary of Veterans Affairs, the Honorable Robert L. Wilkie, visited VA Palo Alto Health Care System on Friday, October 11, to discuss national VA initiatives and meet with Veterans and employees.
Prepare for a PG&E Power ShutoffPG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff Program
PG&E has now enacted their Public Safety Power Shutoff Program for fire season. Provided is some information that can help you and your family members be prepared for power shutoffs.
#BeThere for a Veteran to prevent suicide#BeThere for a Veteran
In observance of Suicide Prevention Month, VAPAHCS is bringing awareness to its #BeThere campaign by encouraging everyone to help prevent suicide by showing support for those who may be going through a difficult time.
VA’s mail-order pharmacy systemVA receives highest accolades from J.D. Power
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy (CMOP) initiative recently received the highest overall customer service satisfaction score in the nation for its mail order pharmacies.
Participants at the 2019 Mental Health Summit2019 Mental Health Summit
VA Palo Alto Health Care System hosted the 2019 Mental Health Summit on Friday, September 13, at the U.S. Army 63rd Regional Support Command Headquarters in Mountain View, California.
World War II Veteran Tom DimperioLocal WWII Veteran Turns 100 Years Old
Local World War II Veteran Tom Dimperio just turned 100 years old on August 18, 2019. Family, friends and staff joined in celebrating this significant milestone at the VA Menlo Park Community Living Center.
VA campuses go smoke free on October 1, 2019VAPAHCS Extends Smoke Free Policy
VA Palo Alto Health Care System is changing its smoking policy along with all other medical centers across the country to further our commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for everyone.
Join us for a Veterans Town HallFY19 Q4 Veterans Town Halls
Veterans and their families are invited to attend the public forum where VAPAHCS leaders provide updated information about the medical center’s programs and services and address Veterans’ questions and concerns.
Volunteer Harpist Danielle Nam plays the harp for hospice patients at VAPAHCSHospice Inspires Musician to Excellence
A young harpist, who volunteers in the Hospice Unit at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System, shares how playing the harp for terminally ill patients has increased her awareness and inspired her to excel as a musician.
Soldier exposed to airborne hazardsVA Addresses Airborne Hazards & Burn Pit Exposure
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently established the Airborne Hazards and Burn Pits Center of Excellence (AHBPCE) as part of its ongoing efforts to improve health care for Veterans.

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