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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.
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.
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.
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.
In 1988 U.S. Army Veteran Debra Jones was involved in a tragic car accident that forever changed her and her family's life. With the help of Hampton's Polytrauma team she is on the road to continuous recovery for TBI.