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Robert Hays, a 100-year-old U.S. Army Veteran, receives his final dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.VAGLAHS Provides COVID-19 Vaccine to Centenarian
Since mid-December of 2020, VAGLAHS has administered more than 25,000 COVID-19 vaccines to our Veterans and staff. On Jan. 29, 2021, Robert Hays, a 100-year-old U.S. Army Vet, received his final dose of the vaccination.
VA West Los Angeles (WLA) CampusUCLA Second Lease Amendment
Pursuant to VA’s authority under the West Los Angeles Leasing Act of 2016 (Public Law 114-226) and the existing VA-UCLA lease, VA has amended its lease agreement with the Regents of the University of California (UCLA).
Dr. Sze stands in front of the main hospital at VAGLAHS’ West Los Angeles campus.The Great Pursuit
The Great Pursuit: VAGLAHS’ Lead Dentist Becomes a U.S. Navy Admiral
A photo of hands stacked on top of each other. The photo has the words White Ribbon-VA Stand Up to Stop Harassment Now! written over it.VAGLAHS Adopts White Ribbon-VA Culture
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System is proud to be one of the early adopters of the White Ribbon-VA, in support of the national Stand Up to Stop Harassment Now! Campaign.
Staff members from Disabled American Veterans and Butterfli Technologies, and a Veteran in a wheelchair pose in front of the specialized shuttle that takes Veterans to and from medical appointments at two of VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System's facilities.Shuttle Service Gives Mobility to Disabled Vets
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.
A woman who is wearing a mask over her nose and mouth sits in a chair and relaxes.Finding Peace in a Pandemic
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.
A man and a woman stand smiling together in front of some trees. The man is standing close to the woman, with his head resting on hers and his hand on her shoulder.VAGLAHS Continues to Offer Mental Health Support
During Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month, VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System wants to remind those it serves that the Mental Health Department is here to help.
Jerry Salas, 68-year-old Army Veteran, receives a congratulatory sendoff from his healthcare providers as he is discharged from the main hospital at VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System’s West Los Angeles campus, on May 15, 2020.VAGLAHS Saves Vietnam Vet, Musician From COVID-19
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System facilitated the recovery of Jerry Salas, a musician and 68-year-old Army Veteran who was severely ill with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Patrol cars from multiple agencies line up in preparation for their procession during the Salute to Heroes event that was held on VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System’s (VAGLAHS) West Los Angeles campus, May 13, 2020.VAGLAHS hosts Salute to Heroes Celebration
VAGLAHS in collaboration with multiple government agencies and non-profit organizations, hosted a “Salute to Heroes” event on VAGLAHS’ West Los Angeles campus.
AltGLA honors recovery of 82 yr old Vet with COVID-19
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).

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