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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, 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.
For some Veterans, the holidays represent a time of loneliness and stress. Many Veterans find themselves unable to participate in the festivities, but a group of Tennessee Valley social workers changed that.
As the only certified VA facility authorized to do so, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System marked a milestone by performing its first Chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy (CAR-T) infusion on Dec. 9.
Despite being medically discharged from the Army, Tennessee Valley Healthcare (TVHS) Police Sergeant and Veteran Toy Williams still yearned to serve his country. “I still had the need to serve my country,” said Williams.
The Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) celebrated National Family Caregiver Month with an appreciation event on November 6 at the Cohen Clinic in Clarksville. National Family Caregiver Month recognizes...
Veterans ages 55 to 80 who are current or former cigarette smokers may be eligible to participate in a new lung cancer screening program at the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) Nashville campus.