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Due to a partnership between VAGLAHS, Disabled American Veterans, SMS Transportation, and ButterFli Technologies, a shuttle service takes disabled Vets to and from healthcare appointments at two of VAGLAHS' facilities.
Hoping to bring much-needed calm to fellow front-line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Nishi Jumna created a sacred sanctuary in her unit and is offering one-on-one holistic care sessions to fellow ICU staff.
On May 13, 2020 after an approximately month long stay, Loretta Williams, 82-year-old Air Force Veteran, was discharged from VAGLAHS's West LA medical facility after recovering from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Wide-eyed spectators watch in horror as a coach hits the hardwood floor. No breath. No pulse. He is completely still. In an instant, people are upon him and an eternity begins as they work frantically to save his life.