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Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital

 

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Graphic of text reading COVID-19Bedford VAMC temporarily closes outpatient clinics
Bedford Veterans Affairs Medical Center has announced that all its Community Based Outpatient Clinics, or CBOCs, will close temporarily effective March 30, 2020, due to COVID-19.
Graphic in gold of a COVID germ in gold coloringBedford VA COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Operation Update
Starting Tuesday, March 10, at 6 a.m., Bedford VA will begin 100 percent screening for COVID-19 symptoms for staff, Veterans and visitors of the Bedford VA, including its Community Based clinics.
Timothy Martin at podium re-enacting speeches of Dr. Martin Luther KingHonoring Martin Luther King Jr at Bedford VA
Volunteers helped Veterans in wheelchairs attend a ceremony honoring Dr. King in a Day of Service that honored their service. Veteran Timothy Martin channeled MLK Jr through a powerful re-enactment of his speeches.
2 men and a woman sit around a round table with a brown tablecloth with a screen in the back that says "Your VA"VHA Smoking Cessation Teams Discuss the Initiative
Smoke-Free VA begins January 1, 2020. VA can support your efforts to quit! Find out how by listening to Boston and Bedford Smoking Cessation Team members as they discuss available options for Veterans.
Entertainer Wayne Soars stands before Veterans at Bedford VA delivering comedyWayne Soares brings memories, laughs to Bedford VA
Soares, a former ESPN broadcaster and Hollywood publicist, has embarked on a self-described “New England Veterans Tour,” bringing a homespun comedic and musical act to Veterans and their family members.
Firetrucks Salute VA Veterans with US Flag over the road as the Honor Tour passed by.WWII Honor Bus Tour
Volunteers, staff and the community came together to thank WWII Veterans with a special Honor Bus Tour with cards, gifts and a visit to one of the world's largest collections of armored vehicles and tanks.
Yellow Corvette drives through Flagline at Corvette Show16th Annual Vettes to Vets
The 16th Annual Corvette Show brought in 726 cars filled with donations for Veterans at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital (Bedford VA) in a powerful show of support for those who have served.
Two women and two men stand side by side arms entwined smiling for the cameraBedford's Will Hatley gets "Hero Among Us" Award
Nominated by members of Hanscom Federal Credit Union, Bedford's Will Hatley receives the Lowell Spinners "Hero Among Us Award" for turning his strife into strength to help fellow Veterans get back on their feet.
A medium shot of a banner that hangs across a spring road reading Welcome Women Veterans, Thank You for your ServiceWomen Veterans Participate in Healthcare Journey
Women Veterans take steps on their health journey by participating in the 2nd Annual Women Veterans Health Fair. Bedford staff and community partners come together to offer services and education, empowering choices.
You See Me AsBeyond the Shadows of a Label Photo Voice
A photo/narrative exhibit by mentally ill Veterans is making its way around New England public libraries. A photo-narrative exhibit by mentally ill Veterans is on display in New England public libraries.

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