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A woman looks at a smartphone she holds in her handVA Health Records on iPhone
Veterans will see an aggregated view of their allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications, procedures and vitals in the Apple Health app.
Suicide Prevention VA ACE - Ask a veteran, Care for a veteran, Escort a veteran #BeThereSuicide prevention is everyone’s business
You don’t need to have special training to support the Veterans in your life, and we can all do something to help a Veteran who is going through a difficult time. Learn more by reading the full story.
During a tour of the VA West Los Angeles Medical Center campus on Dec. 10, Secretary Wilkie, along with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, visited the location for temporary bridge housing on the WLA campus.VA Secretary Robert Wilkie visits LA
Secretary tours VA West LA Medical Center, visits Welcome Center (homeless program) and meets Veterans at their permanent supportive housing residence during inaugural visit to West LA Medical Center
A picture of Dr. PatrickDr. Patrick chose VA for interconnectedness of Vet
Dr. Patrick chose VA for interconnectedness of Veteran care and comradery and describes the patients and colleagues he works with at VA.
Francis Robertson (pictured here with his dog Rocket) before losing nearly 100 pounds with the help of MOVE!Working Like a Dog
Navy Veteran Francis Robertson found it was time to “own up” to his weight.
VAGLAHS participating in the 2018 Los Angeles Pride ParadeCelebrating Pride Month
Honoring and serving LGBT Veterans throughout the month of June
Associate Director Stephanie L. Taylor, PhD, VA Greater Los Angeles Health Services Research & Development CenterVAGLAHS Leads Research to Combat Opioid Use
VAGLAHS's Dr. Stephanie Taylor, was awarded one of the largest grants in HSR&D history to conduct a study examining complementary & integrative health approaches, such as yoga, acupuncture & mindfulness, to treat pain.
Anabel Quintanar, RN-BC, MSNVAGLAHS Nurse Receives National Award
VHA announced VAGLAHS nurse, Anabel Quintanar, as the national winner of the 2018 VA Secretary’s Awards for Excellence in Nursing & Advancement of Nursing Programs in the Registered Nurse staff role.
Dr. Elizabeth Yano is director of the HSR&D Center for the Study of Health Innovation, Implementation and Policy at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. (Photo by Paula Berger)DAV Recognizes VAGLAHS Researcher
VAGLAHS researcher, Dr. Elizabeth Yano was honored with the Disabled American Veterans' Special Recognition Award for her extensive research and work on behalf of the nation's women.
VA staff covering their face while sneezingHa-tchooooooo!
Ha-tchooooooo! Why should you get the flu shot? Innumerable studies have shown a clear health benefit for the annual influenza vaccination. The vaccination is now recommended for everyone over the age of six months.

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