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Biloxi VA Medical Center employees distributed 200 boxes of non-perishable food during a July 29 event designed to support Veteran families during the ongoing global health crisis.Biloxi VA Medical Center Hosts Mobile Food Pantry
Biloxi VA Medical Center employees distributed 200 boxes of non-perishable food during a July 29 event designed to support Veteran families during the ongoing global health crisis.
The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System’s (GCVHCS) was recognized in May by one of the leading membership and networking organizations for sustainable health care.GCVHCS Receives Environmental Excellence Award
GCVHCS was recognized in May by one of the leading membership and networking organizations for sustainable health care, named a PracticeGreenhealth 2020 Environmental Excellence partner.
VA-issued internet capable devices come pre-loaded with VA-specific mobile applications such as VA Video Connect and cannot be modified.GCVHCS Issues iPads for Video Connect Visits
More than 400 iPads configured with mobile applications designed to ensure continuity of care have been distributed by the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) through June 25.
The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System’s (GCVHCS) Biloxi Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center is scheduled to host a food distribution event July 29 from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m. at the organization’s headquarters in Biloxi, Mississippi.GCVHCS to Host Mobile Food Pantry July 29
The Biloxi Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center is scheduled to host a food distribution event July 29 from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m. at the organization’s headquarters in Biloxi, Mississippi.
The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System’s (GCVHCS) Biloxi Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center opened a solar-powered parking canopy in July after a nearly three-month installation.Biloxi VA Boasts New Solar Parking Canopy
The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System’s (GCVHCS) Biloxi Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center opened a solar-powered parking canopy in July after a nearly three-month installation.
As the nation prepares to celebrate its 244th birthday July 4, the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) is reminding community members that celebrations associated with this day can cause stress for Veterans.Psychologist Addresses Fireworks PTSD Triggers
As the nation prepares to celebrate its 244th birthday July 4, the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) is reminding community members that celebrations associated with this day can cause stress for Veterans.
BILOXI, Miss. – A GCVHCS Police Officer screens individuals at the entry point of the Biloxi VA Medical Center in Biloxi, Mississippi.GCVHCS Recognizing VA Police Service
The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) is recognizing National Peace Officers Memorial Day May 15 and National Police Week, held annually during the calendar week in which May 15 falls.
BILOXI, Miss. – Veterans at the Biloxi VA Medical Center Community Living Center (CLC) watch the “CLC Family Cruising the VA Parade” May 11. The parade was designed to allow Veterans in the facility’s CLC the opportunity to see family members and friends during the ongoing global health crisis.Biloxi VA CLC Hosts Parade
The Biloxi VA Medical Center’s Community Living Center (CLC) hosted the “CLC Family Cruising the VA Parade” May 11 through the organization’s campus to provide Veterans the opportunity to see family and friends.
Pensacola VA CLinic employees Delores Miller, Donald Bassett and Kevin Moy received a round of applause by more than 100 JACC employees for their role in an incident involving an armed individual approaching the facility. Miller alerted VA Police Officers Moy and Basset, who detained the individual.VA Employees Recognized for Quick Response
PENSACOLA, Fla. – Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) Director Bryan C. Matthews recognized three Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC) employees during a brief reception May 8 in Pensacola, Florida.
Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System nurses are celebrating National Nurses Week May 6 through 12 despite an unprecedented health care crisis challenging traditional gatherings and observances.Celebrating Nurses during National Nurses Week
Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System nurses are celebrating National Nurses Week May 6 through 12 despite an unprecedented health care crisis challenging traditional gatherings and observances.

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