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Representatives of more than 25 community agencies, including Alliance Home Health Care, Special Care at Home and Armada, met at the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center’s Education Auditorium in Albuquerque on May 11.
Having the “Games of Enchantment” held in New Mexico will showcase our great state, our wealth of cultural diversity, and our love of Veterans. More than 800 Veteran athletes are expected to participate.
The hospice section of Unit 4D at the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center can be a lonely place for some Veterans. Helping Veterans and their loved ones in that situation is a program called “No Veteran Dies Alone.”
Dr. David Shulkin, VA Secretary, recently spoke about the challenges facing the VA. Here is what the New Mexico Veterans Affairs Health Care System is doing to improve health care services for our Veterans.
The Veterans Affairs Center for Innovation (VACI) recently launched the first nationwide medical 3D printing network through a collaboration with Stratasys, one of the largest manufacturers of 3D printers globally.
"Connect Your Docs” through the Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record (VLER) and the Veterans Health Information Exchange (VHIE) program, which gives VA and community providers secure access to certain parts of your EHR.
The annual Walk-In Clinic opened on Oct. 18 at the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center in Albuquerque, and operates from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, in the Ambulatory Care Clinic (Room 1A100A).