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The women’s health clinic at SLVHCS continues to expand the services it offers to women Vets. Dr. Kara Brown, a psychiatrist specializing in women’s mental health, is now treating Veterans in the women’s health clinic.
With 24 floats, more than 60 marching groups and thousands of participants, NOLA Pride Parade is the largest LGBT parade on America’s Gulf Coast. The parade theme for 2019 was “celebrate diversity,” and SLVHCS was ready.
Scientists at SLVHCS and Tulane University have announced a breakthrough in research that could lead to safer treatment of pain. They've developed a new drug with less risk of addiction and overdose compared to opioids.
“In the Infantry, machine guns, rifles, hand grenades, all those noises blew my hearing away. Helicopters, artillery – everything happening at once. When I came home from Vietnam, they didn’t know how to fix that stuff.”
VA MISSION Act will offer an urgent care benefit that provides eligible Veterans with greater choice and access to timely, high-quality care. With urgent care, Veterans have a new option for care for the treatment of...
Frank Aliva is now 3 times older than many people thought he would ever be and this is the perfect time to share his story. Avila was born in New Orleans in 1973. At age 3, he was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and...
On January 31, 1970, Pfc. Raymond M. Clausen Jr. raced back and forth through heavy enemy fire across an active minefield, making six dangerous trips to rescue stranded Marines. Risking his own life over and over...