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Tracy Shenk, Adult Geriatric Nurse Practioner and Jack “Doug” Trumbore genuinely appreciate one another and have bonded during the past 3 years as she manages the WWII combat Veteran’s care.Bonded Together: VA Nurse and WWII Combat Veteran
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.
Virginia Halty (top left), Lisa McGowan (center third from left), Patricia Shepler (upper right), and Teresa Stump-Klinger (lower left) were among the Lebanon VAMC staff members who deployed to New Jersey in support of VAs Fourth Mission.VA Fourth mission; Health care staff deploy to NJ
Nine nurses and support personnel from Lebanon VA Medical Center deployed to various facilities in New Jersey over the last several months to assist citizens as part of VA’s Fourth Mission.
Veterans and cancer care team.Chemo care continues through COVID
Veterans Robert Taney and Robert Tomlinson were able to get their chemotherapy treatments safely throughout the pandemic due to the professionalism and dedication of the staff at Lebanon VAMC.
Veteran and Lebanon VAMC health care team.Veterans use remote, virtual primary care
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.
Staff counting pillsAssessing, Adjusting and Advancing
Pharmacists’ out-of-box plan adapts schedules to increase social distancing, improve staff safety and guarantee uninterrupted medication service and delivery to America’s Veterans.
Past and present submitted photo of Army Veteran Brain Rumpilla.Vietnam War Vet shares COVID-19 story
Army Vietnam War Veteran Brian Rumpilla shares his story after being diagnosed with COVID-19 on April 18, 2020, and being treated as an inpatient at Lebanon VA Medical Center.
Collage of people.Central Pa. supports Lebanon VAMC Veterans, staff
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.
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.
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.

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