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Get your flu shot.Flu Shot Clinic
Stay protected this flu season, and get your flu shot at TVHS or in the community. This year, TVHS is offering drive-thru and drive-up flu shot clinics. Flu shots are also available at on-site scheduled appointments.
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.
Graphic of new Beneficiary Travel Self-Service System (BTSSS).How to use Beneficiary Travel Self-Service System
Starting September 8, 2020, Veterans can now submit travel reimbursement claims from the comfort of their home using a new online tool called the Beneficiary Travel Self-Service System (BTSSS).
Photo of WWII Veteran Bennie Woolam with Geriatrics Chief Dr. James Powers.TVHS Geriatrics celebrates WWII centenarians
This year has proven to be a challenge for many Americans, but for two Veterans at Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, 2020 has a silver lining. World War II Veterans Bennie Woolam and Morris Solnik
Photo of Lucy Depriest.Nashville nurse honored with lifetime achievement
After 41 years of being a registered nurse at Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS), Lucy Depriest was awarded the inaugural DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award Thursday, July 30 at the TVHS Nashville campus.
Jacqueline Odom smiles while holding her DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award.Alvin C. York nurse receives lifetime award
Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) Registered Nurse Jacqueline Odom was selected for the inaugural DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award Tuesday, July 28 at the TVHS Alvin C. York campus.
Identical twins Megan and Lauren are nurses at TVHS Alvin C. York campus in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.Murfreesboro twin sisters, nurses make TVHS home
Identical twin sisters Lauren and Megan Newman have only one regret since starting their careers at Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) - they wish they would have started sooner.
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.

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