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Hampton VA Medical Center


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Photo of new Hampton VA Director David CollinsHampton VA Medical Center Announces New Director
The Department of Veterans Affairs is pleased to announce the appointment of David Collins as the new director of the Hampton VA Medical Center. Collins will oversee delivery of health care to more than 50,000 Veterans
VA Urgent CareVA MISSION Act Urgent Care
The urgent care benefit covers treatment of non-emergent symptoms such as flu-like symptoms which are typically addressed by urgent care facilities and walk-in retail health clinics.
201 of Hampton’s inpatients were transferred to surrounding VA’s anticipating Hurricane FlorenceI CARE Values Shine Through During Storm
On September 11, the governor ordered people in Zone A, to evacuate. VA leadership made the call to close the Hampton VA Medical Center. In under 24-hours Hampton staff transferred 201 patients to six VA facilities.
Horse farm instructor Steve Edwards performs a trust exercise with a mustang for vets.Equine Therapy Helps Vets
Veterans who have been affected by PTSD are learning to trust again through the Hampton VA's Equine Therapy program. This program, which in its fourth year, helps to reduce the effects of PTSD.
Photo of Hampton VA Staff in Pink for Breast Cancer AwarenessBreast Cancer Awareness 2016
The Hampton VA Medical Center will hold a Breast Cancer and Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Event on Friday, October 28, 2016 in Building 83 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. This is an educational event.
Audiology exam imageHampton Audiology Direct Scheduling
The Hampton VA Medical Center's Audiology Clinic has begun allowing Veterans to self-refer for hearing tests and other audiology needs. Enrolled Veterans no longer need consults from their primary care providers.
Dr. Jose Morey holds a 3D printed model of comminuted acetabular fracture.3D Printing Improves Vets Lives
With 3D printing veterans can have their prosthetics in 1-2 days as opposed to 3-6 months which is the current standard at Hampton. We could decrease the cost from 200,000 to less than 1000 per patient.
Mr. Pendleton at HamptonVietnam Vet and Staff Member Gives Back
Carlson Pendleton is affectionately referred to by his colleagues as a one of those “rare gems” who goes above and beyond to help Veterans in need. He is one of the pillars of the Hampton PTSD Clinic.
MVPHampton MVP Recruitment Fair
The Department of Veteran Affairs is launching the Million Veterans Program (MVP) at the Elizabeth City, NC , Albemarle Outpatient Clinic. This is a national, voluntary genetic research program.
William Breckenridge at the Funny BoneHampton Veteran Combats PTSD with Comedy
As William Breckenridge neared the end of his set on stage he couldn't help but smile and laugh a little himself because right then he knew he'd done it. He'd turned his eight weeks of training into stand-up comedy.

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