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Kansas City VA Medical Center

 

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Vaccine FillKansas City Sets the Platinum Standard
The Kansas City VA Medical Center’s (KCVA) Clinical Pharmacy Specialist have raised the bar when it comes to Primary Care Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) team-based care earning a Platinum designation.
KCVA Associate Director Paula Roychauduri joined Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem Program liaison, Susan Maloney, and KCVA Social Worker Patrick Murray at Benilde Hall conducting the annual Point-in-Time count.KCVA Leaders Participate in Point-in-Time Count
Members of the Kansas City VA Medical Center (KCVA) executive leadership teamed up with community partners for the annual Point-in-Time (PIT) count in the Kansas City Metro area.
KCVA surgeon sits at the console controlling the surgical instruments.KCVA Welcomes the da Vinci Surgical System
KCVA recently began performing surgeries with the da Vinci robotic-assisted surgical system, providing greater flexibility to perform minimally invasive surgeries, faster recovery times and less pain during recovery.
102-Year-Old WWII combat Veteran Mr. Melvin Rehkop is the first local Veteran to receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at The Kansas City VA Medical Center.102-Year-Old WWII Veteran receives COVID vaccine
The Kansas City VA Medical Center (KCVA) celebrated a significant milestone in the battle against COVID-19 today by administering the medical center’s first Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to enrolled Veterans.
2020 All Employee SurveyKansas City VA Employee Satisfaction Soars
Results from the VA’s 2020 All Employee Survey are in and Kansas City Veterans Affairs Medical Center’s (KCVA) employee scores improved dramatically this year compared to previous years.
VTCVeteran treatment and the courts
There are times when treatment for drug or alcohol addiction and problems related to mental health diagnosis must be extended beyond the healthcare setting. This is when the Kansas City VA Medical Center (KCVA) team...
Dr. Joseph JohnstonePlaying chess during COVID-19
Kansas City VA Medical Center first-year Internal Medicine resident, answers the call to action and honors Veteran’s wish with a game of chess in the Medical Intensive Care Unit.
Health Promotion Disease Prevention LogoHelping Veterans through Prevention
The Health Promotion Disease Prevention program is national wide and focuses on changing how the VA provides care to our Veterans. It also assists the Veterans in taking steps to become more involved in their own care.
Veteran Bruce Welsch is checking out the new check in kiosks!Check Out the Check In Kiosks!
Veterans are able to check in for appointments, print appointment lists, change their address, next of kin, emergency contact, and insurance info securely through the kiosks. There are 19 new kiosks.
VA Medical Foster Home - Where Heroes Meet AngelsSupport at Home – Where Heroes Meet Angels
Aging and disabled Veterans are finding a new place to call home. In 2014, the Kansas City VA started the Medical Foster Home (MFH) program. It is a wonderful program to help the long term care needs of Veterans.

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