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Veteran-participants had their art displayed in an exhibit at Lebanon Valley College. The photograph exhibit will return to Lebanon VA Medical Center in the next several months.Therapeutic photography program helps Veterans
Lebanon VA Medical Center and Lebanon Valley College developed The Seeing Lens a ten-week therapeutic photography group to help Veterans in recovery. The innovative program fuses therapy and art together.
Rick Rader, a U.S. Army Veteran who served from 1976 to 1980 had significant knee pain and opted for surgery at Lebanon VA Medical Center. Seven months later he won multiple medals in the 2019 National Veterans Golden Age Games.Patient Testimonial: Short-Stay Knee Replacement
Rick Rader, a U.S. Army Veteran who served from 1976 to 1980 had significant knee pain and opted for surgery here. Seven months later he won multiple medals in the 2019 National Veterans Golden Age Games.
Flu Shot noteLebanon VAMC Flu Clinics Offered
The Lebanon VA Medical Center (VAMC) is offering flu vaccines at the following times, dates, and locations. You can also receive your vaccine during your regularly scheduled medical appointment at any clinic appointment.
Michael Byrd, an Army Veteran and successful businessman and Beverly Miller, an employee at Lebanon VA Medical Center at the facility Aug. 28. Miller saved Byrd’s life by performing CPR on him when he collapsed during a run in early August.Karma: Former Army medic saved by VA employee
Beverly Miller, an employee at Lebanon VAMC, saw Michael Byrd collapsed on a road. She saved his life using CPR. After meeting, they learned they shared good karma with a story that goes full circle.
Overhead view of Lebanon VAMC Master PlanMaster Plan released for Lebanon VA’s next decade
Lebanon VA Medical Center’s new master plan was released in May 2019 and serves as the Medical Center’s guide to construct the facilities needed to take the facility into the next decade.
A Veteran enjoying conversation and a picnic with three friends.Suicide Prevention
Veterans, family members, and care providers can initiate a free and confidential conversation with an experienced and caring VA responder by calling the Veterans Crisis Line.
An exterior directional sign for a hospital emergency department.Emergency Medical Care
You never know when you may need emergency medical care, so knowing what to do and where to go will benefit you. During a medical emergency, Veterans should immediately seek care at the nearest medical facility.
The Eagle Heights Hospice Interdisciplinary Team begins each week with Monday morning rounds to address patient care priorities and to enhance effective communication and collaboration between team members, patients and their families.Lebanon VAMC Hospice: Over 24 Years of Service
Lebanon VA Eagle Heights Inpatient Hospice Unit is entering its 25th year of providing Hospice services to Veterans of South Central Pennsylvania. Inpatient Hospice opened its doors in October of 1993.
Lebanon VAMC social worker Karen Madrigal poses with Vietnam Veteran Eddie Gehringer. Madrigal helped her patient receive an award he earned more than 40 years ago: the Combat Medic BadgeVA Social Worker Helps Vietnam Vet Receive Badge
Veterans seeking PTSD treatment can trace the origin of their trauma to one keystone event. Clinical social worker Karen Madrigal noticed one Vietnam Veteran had too many incidents to pinpoint a specific event.
Chet Lubecki, orientation mobility specialist, works with a Veteran on safely navigating steps using a cane.Nine days to a More Independent Veteran
Lebanon VAMC’s VISOR program (Visually Impaired Services Outpatient Rehabilitation) helps Veterans regain their independence. The residential training program builds the skills one needs to conduct everyday activities.

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