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The Miami VA Healthcare System is now offering free flu shots for enrolled Veterans at all its outpatient clinics. Learn where to get a flu shot near you and find answers to your most common flu questions.
Complications after being injured at Camp Lejeune and diagnosed with cancer led to an inevitable amputation for Veteran Raul Acosta. But, that hasn’t stopped him from realizing his dream of cycling again.
“I’m only going to be here for a short time, so this is a really nice thing for people to do." Miami VA employees helped Veteran Warren Mainella say goodbye to his horse Chico at the Bruce W. Carter VA Medical Center.
VA recreation therapy gives Veterans the tools to meet their physical, mental and social goals, such as regaining independence, reintegrating back into civilian life and combating the urge to isolate from others.
For the seventh consecutive year, Miami VA employees adopted a Veteran family for the holidays. The tradition was started as a way to express gratitude and spread holiday cheer to South Florida Veterans.
97-year-old Navy Veteran Dorothy Hartley has been using hearing aid devices for years. Some were helpful at times, but most fell short of her expectations. She needed help—and to her relief, she finally found it.