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Veterans are receiving inoculations at drive-through flu shot clinics in New Orleans and Baton Rouge Oct. 7. Putting innovative ideas into action like this improves access to quality health care for Veterans.
Registration to participate in SLVHCS' 2017 Post-9/11 Veterans Discussion Group is open from June 5-July 28. The event takes place Aug. 3 inside the Baton Rouge South Community Based Outpatient Clinic.
A Hiring Fair for RNs and LPNs was held April 8 at New Orleans Veterans medical center from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. More than 500 perspective employees visited to compete for positions in the new Veterans medical center.
In April and May, SLVHCS hosted three town hall meetings for Veterans, their families and others to share the progress of the new Veterans medical center, access to care information and benefits issues.
Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System joined with the Department of Defense and other Department of Veteran Affairs medical centers nationwide to publically thank and welcome home Vietnam Veterans March 29.
The commanding general of Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces Northern Command visited SLVHCS with members of his senior staff for a tour of the new Veterans hospital currently under construction in New Orleans.
SLVHCS has even created new departments to support services that have not been available since 2005. The newly formed Emergency Medicine Service. Dr. Julie Slick leads that project as the acting chief of EMS.