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VA Palo Alto Director and dignitaries cut ribbon for second Fisher HouseFisher House II Opens at VA Palo Alto
VA Palo Alto Health Care System welcomes Fisher House II, providing lodging for an additional 20 families of Veterans and military at no cost, allowing them to be close to their loved ones at the most stressful time.
Exhibits from the 2014 creative arts festivalAnnual Creative Arts Festival at VAPAHCS
Urgent call for Veteran Artists and Performers! Share your creative talents with the VA community and enter your work in the 2019 Creative Arts Festival (CAF) by March 1, 2019.
Tables with heart health brochures and exhibitsNational Go Red Day for Women
February is American Heart Month. Did you know that cardiovascular disease (including stroke) is the No. 1 killer of women, claiming a life of a woman almost EVERY 80 seconds?
Suicide Prevention Be There for a VeteranSuicide Prevention Top VA Priority
The goal of VA’s suicide prevention efforts is to ensure that Veterans receive care from a well-trained provider and within a community that respects and supports their strengths, skills, and experiences as a Veteran.
VA Palo Alto Health Care System Director Tony Fitzgerald and Congressman Jerry McNerney were joined by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the VA Office of Construction and Facilities Management at a recent Town Hall meeting in Stockton.Veteran Town Hall in Stockton
VA Palo Alto Health Care System Director Tony Fitzgerald and Congressman Jerry McNerney recently answered questions at a Town Hall meeting regarding the future VA Stockton Clinic.
Mary Louise Dorr speaks with VFAC Program Manager Linda Frommer during a meetingWith Age Comes Wisdom
During Older Americans Month, VAPAHCS celebrates Mary Louise Dorr and Barry Rose, two volunteers who tirelessly help to make the VA Palo Alto the best it can be in the treatment of our Veterans.
Mr. Robbins at his job at the VAVeteran Employee Recovers and Redeems Through VA
Regaining custody of his daughter was Craig Robbins' top priority, and he succeeded through persistence and hard work that led to a permanent job in Engineering Service at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System.
Rachel Mack and Georgette Cayabyab-Clark, co-managers of the Federal Women's Program at VAPAHCS, lead the annual Breast Cancer Walk.VA Palo Alto Celebrates Contributions of Women
With advancement in equality and an increase in women attaining higher education, there has been amazing growth in the number of women in government positions. At VAPAHCS, over 3,000 women serve Veterans every day.
Mr. Bambino with VA staff smiling into cameraVA Staff Pursue Forgotten Purple Heart for WW2 Vet
With help from two VA staff members, Army Veteran and VAPAHCS patient Thomas Bambino recently received a letter of acknowledgement and appreciation from Senator Bob Dole of his deserving a Purple Heart.
Person putting used sharps into a sharps containerProper Disposal of Unused/Unwanted Medications
Do you have a medical condition that requires the use of sharps such as needles, syringes, or lancets? This article will help you find a safe and convenient way to help clean out your medicine cabinet.

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