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The Bay Pines VA Healthcare System (VAHCS) is taking active steps to modernize and improve its facilities, programs, and services for the more than 108,000 Veterans who seek care from the organization.
We are working to enhance the Veteran experience through a new initiative called Patient Ambassadors. The initiative is a volunteer-led activity concentrated on improving service through patient greeting and navigation.
Over the course of about a week, the Bay Pines VA prepared for and recovered from Hurricane Irma - one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in history - with the help of many dedicated employees and volunteers.
The Bay Pines VAHCS will ribbon cut the new 155,000 square foot Mental Health Center located at the C.W. Bill Young VA Medical Center on September 22, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. The event is open to the public.
Army Veteran Bill Lofgren recalls his journey to recovery and how the VA helped him to overcome his challenges with substance abuse and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder during the annual Bay Pines Mental Health Summit.
Air Force Veteran John Kasica walked into the doors of the PRRC for the first time. He was on edge, depressed, and in his own words “...lost with no direction or hope for the future.” That would soon change.
U.S. Army Combat Veteran and Bay Pines VA Social Worker Ilya Berler’s unique path to employment with VA started more than 17 years ago when he left Eastern Europe with his father and immigrated to the United States.
The Bay Pines VA Healthcare System (VAHCS) now offers complimentary wireless internet or “Wi-Fi” for Veterans and visitors at the C.W. Bill Young VA Medical Center (building 100) located in Bay Pines, Fla.
Thanks to innovative research at the Baltimore VA, older Veterans are making strides — literally — in their ability to move about, stay balanced, prevent falls and get up from a fall if they do have one.