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Dr. Ronin KatzRonit Katz Named Surgeon General for State Guard
VAPAHCS's Dr. Ronit Katz has been named the new State Surgeon, California State Guard (CSG). In this role, Dr. Katz will provide primary medical advice to CSG Commanding General Major General Jay Coggan.
Friendly female caregiver helps elderly man walkCaregiving: Challenges and Support
Caring for a sick, injured, or aging loved one can be rewarding. At the same time, many caregivers face physical, emotional, social, and financial burdens, resulting in high stress.
Two seniors talking to their doctor on a tablet computerVA Connect Care Increasing Access for Veterans
For some Veterans, living with a chronic health condition and a fixed income is a tough way of living. The VA’s Connected Care program is making access to care much easier for Veterans, even for specialty care services.
Veteran Dave Earnest uses VIDA app to manage health.Veteran Manages Health With Interactive App
Veteran Dave Earnest manages healthy lifestyle through VIDA app, part of VA's cutting-edge approach to care that supports the health and well-being of Veterans around the country.
No smoking street signSmoke-Free: Here and How
The VA Palo Alto Health Care System is smoke-free as of October 2019. You are no longer able to smoke on campus, so why not take this as a chance to make a great choice for your health?
VAPAHCS leadership and Simulation Center staff cut the ribbon to the new Simulation CenterOpen House for State-of-the-Art Simulation Center
VAPAHCS cut the ribbon to its State-of-the-Art Simulation Center at its main division in Palo Alto, Calif. on Friday, November 22, 2019. The center is one of the largest in the entire network of VA Medical Centers.
Veteran Volunteer Bill Difu celebrates his 100-year birthday at VA Palo Alto's Fisher House IIVeteran Volunteer Celebrates 100 Years of Life
The VA offers many programs and services to care for our nation’s Veterans, but it is the many volunteers that bring a special touch to customer service at every VA hospital around the country.
VA and U.S. Army Corps Break Ground on New VA Stockton ClinicVA and U.S. Army Corps Break Ground in Stockton
VA Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Sacramento District, hosted a ground breaking ceremony on Friday, Nov. 8, for the new VA Stockton Clinic.
The Million Veteran Program is now available onlineMillion Veteran Program now available online
With the launch of MVP Online, Veterans enrolled in VA health care are now able to join MVP and participate from their tablet or computer rather than having to do so in person and send surveys in the mail.
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.

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