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Face of Innovation is a regular series from the VHA Innovation Ecosystem (VHA IE) focusing on VA employees who are working to change and save Veteran lives. This month meet Air Force Veteran Kalyn Essex.
VA Palo Alto HCS Livermore Division now houses a new and innovative robotic arm with a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) machine for research and clinical TMS delivery to Veterans with various health problems.
Ann Elizabeth Martin-Stubbs was one of the 715 Veterans and caregivers who received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Sacramento VA Medical Center’s first mass vaccination clinic on Jan. 30.
September is Suicide Prevention Month. Every day, nearly 20 Veterans or active-duty servicemembers take their own lives, but of those, about 14 are either not connected or have not received recent VA care.
In addition to receiving flu shots at routine appointments or during emergency room visits, Veterans can now use VA Palo Alto's drive-through flu clinics that provide a quick and safe option. No appointment necessary.
A fatal accident occurred on an empty stretch of Nevada highway on a hot summer afternoon. An Off-duty VASNHS Nurse was the first trained responder on site, and her actions saved the lives of several victims.