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U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie at the VA’s new South Jordan ClinicNew VA clinic to help 4,000 Veterans
Providing the foundational services of primary care and audiology, the new state-of-the-art South Jordan VA Clinic will help Veterans who live far from VA’s Salt Lake City campus access the services they need.
Robert Wilkie presents Patricia Davis with a special “Challenge” coinWilkie’s visit lifts healthcare workers’ spirits
VA workers received a note of thanks Thursday – straight from the top. Touring VA's main campus, U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie recognized employees for their efforts in caring for service members.
A Veteran at the drive-thru flu shot clinicDrive-thru flu shot clinic – ‘tis the season
You can’t miss our VA staff in scrubs around campus ready to roll up your sleeves to fight the flu. It’s easy and quick. Follow the signs and find the roundabout in front of building 2. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
VA Video ConnectVA tech forges Veteran connections
To get providers up to speed on remote diagnoses for Veterans, medical professionals at the Salt Lake City VA created VA Video Connect University, a two-day in-person training course -- and VA’s first in the nation.
Barton Jeffs and his horse, RebelEquine-assisted therapy helps Veterans
Six legs trod across a sandy arena. Hooves and feet sink in the dirt as horse and Veteran move as one. It’s called a “Trust Walk,” but where the Veterans are going isn’t as important as why they’re there.
William E. ChristoffersenUtah says goodbye to hero
World War II Veteran and 75-year legionnaire William E. Christoffersen will always be remembered as a man who fought for his country and his fellow Veterans. It was his life’s mission.
VA respiratory therapist Eduardo CardenasVA respiratory therapist finds hope in New Orleans
The grip of COVID-19 had frozen the nation. Businesses closed, residents hunkered down, and the world stopped. But for the second time in a year, VA respiratory therapist Eduardo Cardenas was running toward the danger.
A Veteran shows his surprise at the flyoverFlyover salutes Veterans, VA employees
‘Lightning’ struck not once – but four times – over the George E. Wahlen VA Medical Center, as F-35A fighter jets from Hill Air Force Base tore through the skies during the “Salute to Utah” flyover.
A boy sits in the auditorium that is being used for childcareVA employees put the care in childcare
Employees at the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System banded together to create a free onsite emergency childcare center for fellow employees who cannot telework and are tasked to care for patients amid the Coronavirus.
Medication BottleCOVID-19 & Pharmacy Refills
Attention Veterans: There is no need to stockpile medications. Please know that VA is able to order, fill and mail medications in a timely manner to ensure our Veterans’ needs are met.

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