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A WWII combat Veteran and his nurse are bonded together through VA’s Home Based Primary Care program. They share a mutual admiration and appreciation of one another and go the extra mile for each other.
Primary care has turned increasingly to virtual and remote care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Larry Daniels, an 82-year-old, Army Veteran who served in Germany, is happy with the care provided by Lebanon VAMC.
Local community members have been supporting Veterans and staff at Lebanon VAMC in a variety of ways during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent donations include a variety of food and snacks as well as homemade masks.
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 here. Seven months later he won multiple medals in the 2019 National Veterans Golden Age Games.