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2018 VALOR studentsTVHS VALOR students graduate
A group of nine nursing students from universities around Tennessee recently participated in the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System's VA Learning Opportunities Residency (VALOR) program.
Golden Age Games competitors photoGolden Age Games competitors bring it home
Nine of the 13 TVHS competitors placed in the Golden Age Games, held in Albuquerque, New Mexico August 3 - 8. The TVHS team represents the only Golden Age Games competitors in the state of Tennessee.
Stan Webb with Re-CreationTVHS Veteran star of the show
When the Re-Creation traveling dance and song team arrived at TVHS, Community Living Center resident Stan Webb settled in to enjoy the performance. He had no idea he’d be part the show.
Ellis BrockmanTVHS Veteran takes to the slopes
Ellis Brockman, a 57-year-old Army Veteran who gets his care at the TVHS Nashville campus, is participating in the 32nd National Disabled Winter Sports Clinic, April 1 to 6.
U.S. Army Veteran Charles BaldingerIt’s the Climb
Charles was about 15 feet off the ground when, suddenly, his arm locked and he couldn’t reach for the next hold. He struggled to breathe, his body went stiff and he fell to the ground.
Leanna Edwards with her father, Ronald Edwards, and her mother, Misucu EdwardsTVHS youth volunteer earns $20,000 VA scholarship
17-year old Leanna Edwards of Rockvale, Tennessee has earned the top award of $20,000 in the Department of Veterans Affairs 2018 James H. Parke Memorial Youth Scholarship Award program.
TVHS Advanced Low Vision Clinic at workHelp for Veterans with low vision
Low vision can cause everyday tasks to become difficult and frustrating, but the staff of the TVHS Advanced Low Vision Clinic wants Middle Tennessee Veterans with low vision to know help is available.
TVHS Medical Technologist Dionne Hockett demonstrates the VA hospital’s new BioFire Blood Culture Identification system which allows doctors to detect harmful microorganisms in blood samples in just a few hours after blood cultures become positive.New instrument brings Veterans quicker diagnoses
TVHS doctors have a new method to detect infectious agents in Veterans’ blood. The BioFire Blood Culture Identification system allows TVHS doctors to detect harmful microorganisms in blood samples in just a few hours.
Ribbon cuttingTVHS cuts ribbon on new Clarksville clinic
TVHS cut the ribbon on its new Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Clarksville. TVHS Director Jennifer Vedral-Baron said the facility will help improve timeliness of care to area Veterans.
Ribbon cuttingTVHS opens new residential mental health facility
Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) cut the ribbon on its new Residential Rehabilitative Treatment Program (RRTP) expansion facility in a ceremony at its Alvin C. York campus Tuesday, Jan. 9.

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