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Photo of Caroline Ward after finishing the Wounded Warrior 8k race.Going the distance for Veterans
Eight years ago, Caroline Ward wanted to bring awareness to Veteran-related issues in a creative way. Without any preparation or experience running long distances, she set out to run 4.97 miles.
Photo of Ugo Amadi with TVHS Voluntary Service.NFL player feeds TVHS employees
On a hot summer day in Murfreesboro, a group of people led by NFL Seattle Seahawks player Ugo Amadi stood in the TVHS Alvin C. York campus parking lot to pass out 75 lunches to the medical center’s employees.
Photo of Megan Newman who is a nursing assistant at TVHS.Nursing Assistants Week: Megan Newman
When Megan Newman talks with inpatient Veterans at the Alvin C. York VA Medical Center, she understands what some are experiencing because of her own challenges with mental illness.
Eric Blake, Navy Veteran and Corpsman, smiles as he takes a selfie.Nursing Assistant Eric Blake
Two years ago, Eric Blake began working at Tennessee Valley. The certified nursing assistant and licensed emergency medical technician describes his days in the emergency department as challenging but rewarding.
A collage of TVHS community living residents dancing at the social disco party.Social 'discoing' through COVID-19
“I feel 18 again.” That’s how Navy Veteran Charles Booker described his experience at the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) social distancing disco party that took place on April 24, 2020.
Deanna Stone with Jim Manley.How ingenuity overcame COVID-19 fears
As part of its Profiles from the Front Lines campaign, the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System’s (TVHS) public affairs office set out to find extraordinary health care workers doing their part against COVID-19.
An image of the Nashville campus.TVHS medical centers hiring health professionals
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) is hiring health care workers to serve America’s heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic. THVS is seeking individuals in the following professions.
Team of VA doctors talking.VA invites retired medical personnel back
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) approved a request from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), March 19, to waive a section of federal law that governs retired VA workers.
An image of the Nashville campusChanges to Visitor Policy
While the COVID-19 risk to average Americans remains low, precautionary measures can help protect some of our most vulnerable patients. To that end, TVHS is restricting inpatient visitation at its facilities.
Dr. Daniel Birchmore takes a patient's vitals.TVHS physician receives prestigious national award
Dr. Daniel Birchmore, chief of rheumatology at Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, has been named the recipient of the Mark Wolcott Award for Excellence in Clinical Care Delivery by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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