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VAMC Manchester, New Hampshire


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Manchester VA Healthcare System Volunteer Ambassadors return to welcome and support Veterans and guest navigation on campusWe're Open
Manchester VA Healthcare System is fully opened to serve Veterans. Our health care team offers face to face appointments as well as virtual connected care options to support the unique needs of the Veterans we serve.
VA Manchester Vaccine Team, Rebecca Lynch, Mary Jean Kellermann, Paulette Cross, Anthony Reeder, Jody Hoitt and Melissa Vasquez, at New Hampshire Bike WeekCOVID-19 Vaccine Team reaches Veterans, hesitancy
Have you received a COVID-19 vaccine? VA Manchester addressed hesitancy and offered the COVID-19 vaccine at NH Bike Week and will be doing the same at Swim with a Mission's Veteran Festival on July 10, 2021.
Veterans Phillips and Betz with SCI/D staff at VA East Orange Medical CenteriBOT Personal Mobility Devices donated
Veteran Rickey Phillips, was the first iBOT ®Personal Mobility Device donation recipient on the tour headed to VHA’s SCI/D Centers across the nation. The tour will stop at VHA’s SCI/D Centers across the nation.
Annie uses iphone to connect with VAVA Manchester Virtual Patient Orientation
VA Manchester Healthcare System is offering a Virtual Patient Orientation showcasing services and programs available to enrolled Veterans. Veterans, spouses and caregivers are encouraged to attend.
Kevin Forrest, director, VA Manchester coins Thomas Clough, commander, DAV Queen City, Chapter 18.   Also previously coined to the left, Richard Borrazas, DAV.A Sweet Ride Courtesy of the DAV
DAV NH donated two passenger vans to support Veteran transportation to and from appointments scheduled at the VA Manchester. The value of the specially equipped donated vans is approximately $100,000.
WWII veteran receives covid vaccineFirst Vaccines for Outpatient at VA Manchester
VA Manchester Healthcare System is providing vaccine to enrolled Veterans who are 75 years old or older and/or are experiencing homelessness, are hemodialysis, solid organ transplant or chemotherapy patients.
HolidayVA Manchester Embraces the Spirt of Giving
VA Manchester's workforces expands holiday care to the community. For several years now, our Nutrition & Food Service, Primary Care and Call Center staff contributed to the Salvation Army’s Adopt a Family program.
Image left to right:  Dean Kamen, inventor and civilian VA Strategic Partner, Daniel Cutsinger, project manager, VHA Procurement & Logistics, Fritz Morgan, DEKA Research, Kevin Forrest, director, VA Manchester, Capt. Jeremy Saunders, Operations Officer, Taskforce Distribution, NH National GuardSafe Healthcare for Veterans and Frontline Staff
“When VA Secretary Wilkie reached out to me, I knew this was a mission New Hampshire could take on,” said Governor Sununu. “We owe those on the frontlines taking care of our Veterans the protection they deserve."
VA CliniciansVA is hiring clinical staff
VA New England Healthcare System is hiring clinical staff to care for Veterans. New hires will support the facility’s medical staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. For listing of opportunities visit www.vacareers.va.gov.
Manchester VAMCPlans for New Urgent Care Operational Hours
The new Urgent Care operational hours take effect on Friday, August 30, 2019. Ancillary services at the medical center will expand operations to allow for comprehensive care and best outcomes for Veterans.

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