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Defend Veterans' IdentititesCOVID Fraud Resources From Your GCVHCS
The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) is sharing this information to ensure that you are aware that criminals are attempting to exploit COVID-19 worldwide through a variety of scams.
Message from the GCVHCS DirectorMessage from the GCVHCS Director
As our nation continues to respond to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) public health emergency, I want you to know that the GCVHCS stands ready for the challenges we face in the days and weeks to come.
COVID 19GCVHCS Taking Extra Precautions for COVID-19
While the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) still considers COVID-19 to be a low threat to the general American public, the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) is paying special attention to it.
A Veteran dances during the Biloxi VA Medical Center Creative Arts Competition March 5 at the organization's Recreation Hall.Biloxi VA Medical Center Hosts Creative Arts Compe
Nearly fifty GCVHCS-area Veterans participated in the Creative Arts Competition at the Biloxi VA Medical Center Recreation Hall Mar. 4 and 5 as a part of the nationwide VA creative arts competitions.
The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) was designated an LGBTQ Health Care Equality LeaderGCVHCS Earns LGBT Health Care Equality Designation
The Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System (GCVHCS) was designated an LGBTQ Health Care Equality Leader from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) during the 12th edition of HRC’s Healthcare Equality Index (HEI).
The Biloxi Police Department Honor Guard participates in the Biloxi VA Medical Center’s annual Mardi Gras parade Feb. 13. Hosted by GCVHCS’ Recreation Therapy, the Mardi Gras parade was a part of National Salute to Veteran Patients Program week. (Official GCVHCS Photo by Wayne Alley)VA celebrates Mardi Gras during National Salute
Biloxi VA Medical Center patients and employees participated in a culturally unique event Feb. 13, providing Veterans in the facilities’ clinics the opportunity to participate in a Mississippi Gulf Coast tradition.
Johnson enlisted in the Navy in summer of 1943.World War II Veteran grateful he served
Ninety-four year old retired Navy cook thankful for health care services provided at the Mobile VA Outpatient Clinic, which is part of the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System.
VA Volunteer Charles CagleBiloxi VA Volunteer is Ambassador of the Year
Top Ambassador served over 1,000 hours helping Veterans navigate through the health care system last year. Today, as a VA Volunteer, he is still assisting Veterans and much more.
Retired Army Brigadier General and Judge T. Patterson Maney was the keynote speaker for the Vet Center celebration.Okaloosa Vet Center celebrates anniversary
Veterans in the Florida Panhandle were invited to the Okaloosa County Vet Center to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Vet Centers. The celebration included an Information Fair and a total of 13 exhibitors.
Car enthusiasts from south Mississippi and beyond participated in the Honoring Our Veterans Car Show on June 1.Mississippi Beach Cruisers donation
Mississippi Beach Cruisers present a donation to Medical Center Director from funds raised during annual car show at the Biloxi VA. The donation will fund future Veteran activities.

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