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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.
A collage of four TVHS facilities participating in the Angel Tree tradition.TVHS social workers start new tradition
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.
This diagram describes the progress of the AR-T infusion treatment procedure.CAR-T infusion gives Veterans new hope
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.
Police Sgt. Toy Williams was paired with a family of three at the Shop with a Cop event in Clarksville, TN. (Courtesy photo, Clarksville Now)TVHS police sergeant helps those in need
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.
TVHS caregiver support program members pose for a group photo in front of the Cohen Clinic in Clarksville, TN.TVHS caregiver support program impacts Clarksville
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...
A Veteran waits to get a low-dose CT scan while the nurse explains the benefits of lung cancer screening.TVHS offers new lung cancer screening program
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.
Veteran Robert Brady, Mrs. Brady and Veteran Steve Kaskel at the Blue Ridge Parkway.Veteran's faith in VA restored
The Department of Veterans Affairs was a place retired Army Veteran Robert Brady would never visit. Friends and family warned the 31-year active duty Veteran not to seek care from any VA hospital.
Chris HuberUSS Cole attack anniversary touches team member
Interview with Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) employee Christina Huber, who was in her office as the command career counselor on the USS Cole when the bomb struck the 500-foot ship.

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