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VA Northern Indiana Health Care System


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Veteran Drive-Thru Flu Shot ClinicVeteran Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic
VA Northern Indiana will host multiple Veteran Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinics at all locations from September to October. The goal of the Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic is to limit the spread of infection to Veterans and Staff.
Female clinician providing care through video conferencing on her computerOutstanding Clinician Award
Dr. Jessica Hackenberg meeting with a Veteran for a therapy session through VA Video Connect, a live video conference, during a scheduled appointment at VA Northern Indiana's Fort Wayne campus.
Veteran visitation paradeVA hosts resident Veteran visitation parade
VA Northern Indiana Health Care System invites you to participate in a visitation parade at the Marion campus to allow Veterans to connect with family members and for the community to show support.
VA employees and Veterans donating blood.VA employees and Veterans roll up their sleeve
VA Northern Indiana employees and Veterans roll up their sleeve to support blood donation during the COVID-19 pandemic. VA facilities have partnered with the American Red Cross to help fight the blood shortage.
VA Northern Indiana employeesVA employees deployed to help COVID-19 fight
Two VA Northern Indiana Healthcare System employees were activated and deployed with their U.S. Army Reserve unit to support civilian authorities in Boston in the fight against COVID. Read their story to learn more.
Veteran Telephone Town Hall COVID-19 udpates.Veteran Tele-Town Hall - Moving Forward
VA Northern Indiana hosted a Veteran tele-town hall to share updates on VA initiatives to protect Veterans from the spread of COVID-19 and information about online tools for appointments and prescription refills.
photo of two women holding handmade protective face masks.Indiana inmates donate handmade masks for Veterans
Indiana Department of Correction inmates showed support for VA Northern Indiana Veterans by donating over 1,500 handmade protective face masks to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Army Reserve soldiers wearing protective masks and talking on a near an open windowHeroes Serving Heroes
Eric Dungan, VA Northern Indiana employee and Army Reserves soldier, is fulfilling Lincoln's promise and VA's mission while deployed to the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City.
Female doctor wearing a mask with tagline "Wear a mask, protect others".Protective masks required at VA Northern Indiana
Effective May 7, 2020 all individuals (Veterans, staff, trainees, volunteers, inpatient residents, and visitors) MUST wear appropriate face masks for entry at VA Northern Indiana medical centers and clinics.
Guns and Hoses charity group first responders present gift cards to VA Northern Indiana staffCommunity first responders thank VA staff
Charity Golf outing made it possible for first responders to say thank you to housekeeping staff for their crucial role in keeping essential buildings operational at VA Northern Indiana Health Care System.

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