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Two men pose for a photo, one in a wheelchairVisitation Cottages for Veterans
Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital created outdoor visitation spaces where Community Living Center residents could comfortably visit with their family members during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Man standing with his back facing shelving on a wallVA Bedford volunteers begin returning to duty
Phased reentry and new protections to limit risk of COVID-19 transmission are just a few of the safety measures in place for volunteers returning to duty at VA Bedford Healthcare System as it expands facility services.
A photo showing one person checking in with another at the building entranceBedford VA moving forward
Bedford VA Medical Center, including the community clinics, is fully open for face-to-face appointments for patient care. The Center has a number of COVID infection prevention measures in place.
Graphic of a virusJune 22, 2020: COVID operational update
Bedford VA Medical Center continues implementation and planning for expansion of services as the state of Massachusetts reopens. In this update: safe practices for face to face visits and updates for Urgent Care.
Graphic representing a virusJune 10, 2020: COVID operational update
Bedford VA Medical Center continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this update: rolling out a digital pre-entry screening tool and where to find updates on provided services.
Picture of individuals holding boxes of prepared mealsGary Sinise Foundation donates meals to Bedford VA
Bedford VA Medical Center was the recipient of 250 meals donated by the Gary Sinise Foundation Emergency COVID-19 Combat Service today to support local economies and healthcare workers.
Graphic representing a virusMay 29, 2020: COVID operational update
Bedford VA Medical Center continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this update: the strategy for safe expansion of services and a policy change for discontinuation of test-based precautions.
Graphic of a virusMay 15, 2020: COVID operational update
Bedford VA Medical Center continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this update: the latest information on reporting community COVID testing and mental health awareness.
A graphic depicting a virus with text reading "COVID-19 operational update"May 11, 2020: COVID operational update
Bedford VA Medical Center continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this update: the latest information on Veteran recovery, new face covering requirements and 3D-printed nasal swabs.
Photo of the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital overlaid with headline textVeterans recover from COVID
Four inpatient Veterans who previously tested positive for a COVID-19 diagnosis have transferred to a newly designated recovery care unit at the Edith Nourse Rogers Veterans Memorial Hospital here.

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