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Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System

 

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A U.S. flag flying atop a flag pole.Post-9/11 Veteran Discussion
The Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System will host a discussion for eligible post-9/11 Veterans of the U.S. armed forces, including reserves and National Guard on September 2. Register by August 31.
VA health care workers present a Veteran mom with a gift basket.Veteran Moms to Receive Baby Shower at VA
The fourth annual Veteran Mom Baby Shower will be held as a drive-up event on Saturday, September 18 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the New Orleans Veterans Medical Center, 2400 Canal Street.
American flag flyingJoin Us for Our Annual Salute to the Flag Event.
Please join us for the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System’s fifth annual Salute to the Flag event on July 4 at 10 a.m. at the New Orleans Veterans Medical Center.
The future of medicine is in your genes. The Million Veteran Program needs you.The Future of Medicine is in Your Genes.
The future of medicine is in your genes. We need your help. The Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System is enrolling Veterans into the Million Veteran Program, a national research program.
A doctor administers the COVID-19 vaccine to an adolescent.COVID Vaccines for Eligible Adolescents
Eligible adolescents ages 12 to 17 can now get a vaccine through the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System. Adolescents are eligible if they help provide care or assistance to a Veteran.
A patient lying in a hospital bed holds the hand of a visitor.Updated Visitation Guidelines
The Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System has entered Phase 3 "Full" visitation rules. The new rules became effective on May 25, 2021. Visitation remains limited for vulnerable patients.
Medical Center Director Fernando Rivera and a Baby Doll of Mardi Gras stand at an open car window chatting with a woman Veteran attending the Ladies' night Out curbside event.Women Veterans Celebrated at Ladies’ Night Out
VA health care workers, volunteers and the Baby Dolls of Mardi Gras celebrated women Veterans at Ladies’ Night Out 2021. Typically an evening affair, this year’s celebration was a COVID-safe, drive-up event.
Women Veterans receive information at a Ladies' Night Out event.Ladies' Night Out 2021
The Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System will host the fourth annual Ladies' Night Out this Saturday morning, May 22 at the Galvez Street circle entrance from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
A nurse administers the vaccine to Army Veteran Mildred Smith.VA Delivered 50,000 Doses in Southeast Louisiana
On Thursday, May 6, 2021, the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System delivered the 50,000th COVID-19 vaccine dose to Army Veteran Mildred Smith. "I don’t want to be sick with COVID again," said Smith.
Front entrance of the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System New Orleans facility.Veterans: How can VA improve your health care?
VA is hosting public virtual listening sessions to hear what Veterans want from VA now and in the future. The listening session will be on April 30 from noon to 2 p.m. VA looks forward to hearing from you.

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