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VERY LIMITED VISITATION is ALLOWED at ALL VAPORHCS facilities; outpatients, including those having procedure done, may have one person as a driver / caregiver; no one under 18 allowed. Please read for more detail. Screening is in process at all facilities. More Details

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For VA-specific information: Read our coronavirus FAQs and public health response, or use our coronavirus chatbot.

Prepare for a visit: Everyone entering our facilities is screened, and visitors are limited. Face coverings are mandatory. Please contact us first before going to any of our locations. For some needs, you may be able to get care at home by phone or video.

For the latest coronavirus information: Visit the CDC website.

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Fall 2020 VA Portland Veteran Connection Newsletter

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Important information from VA Portland

Portland-metro health systems urge Oregonians to stay home

A joint statement from Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Health, OHSU Health, VA Portland Health Care System and Providence Health & Services.  
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PORTLAND, Oregon - This week’s record-breaking number of COVID-19 cases coupled with a significant increase in patients with COVID-19 requiring hospitalization are raising concerns about the health and well-being of Oregonians and our health systems’ capacity to treat them. That’s why we strongly encourage Oregonians to follow the guidelines Gov. Brown set forth today to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

The collective sacrifices of Oregonians over the last nine months have been nothing short of remarkable. You have saved lives and prevented our hospitals and clinics from being overwhelmed by patients critically ill with COVID-19, and for that, we and our health care workers caring for patients on the front lines are truly grateful.

We understand that people are tired and frustrated, but we must remain vigilant. We do not yet have a sure medical treatment to prevent or treat COVID-19 once a person is infected, so our best defense continues to be a good proactive offense.

Together, our health systems are committed to doing everything we can to provide care to all those who need us, and to that end, we are closely coordinating our efforts, in partnership with county, state and regional public health officials, to ensure we have adequate personnel, supplies, hospital space and equipment, but we urgently need your help.  

What’s most important now is that everyone protects themselves and others as much as possible by pausing or canceling social gatherings, staying home to the extent possible, wearing a mask, using hand hygiene and physical distancing.

Thank you for your continued support.

Mary E. Giswold, M.D., FACS, associate medical director, Hospitals and Post-Acute Care, Kaiser Permanente Northwest
Melinda Muller, M.D., interim senior vice president and chief medical officer, Legacy Health
Renee Edwards, M.D., M.B.A., FACS, senior vice president and chief medical officer, OHSU Health
Sahana Misra, M.D., chief of staff, VA Portland Health Care System
Steven Freer, M.D., chief medical officer, Providence Health & Services - Oregon



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Get your flu shot today at your regularly scheduled VA appoiontment or with one of the VA's many community partners throught March 31, 2021.

Community Care Options:

VA Community Care Network retail pharmacies or urgent care/walk-in care clinics will provide no-cost, no copayment flu vaccinations to Veterans enrolled in the VA health care system.

Show a picture ID card and provide the pharmacist with Group Number: RX3841

Click this link for ALL the details on HOW & WHERE YOU can get a flu shot. 

Masks are required to be worn by all patients, caregivers, patient escorts, and staff while on VA Portland facility property.

Visitors/guests are not allowed in any site of care, with very limited exceptions.

Outpatients should come to VA appointments alone, if possible.

Click here for all details regarding visiting VAPORHCS facilities and our operational status.


 

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Events & Classes

Guided Rest via telephone
Dec 4, 2020  10:30 AM - 11:30 AM  (PST)  
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iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation Cancer Support Group
Dec 4, 2020  11:00 AM - 12:30 PM  (PST)  
Portland VA Medical Center, Bldg 101, Rm 109, 3710 SW U.S. Veterans Hospital Rd., Portland, OR 97239

Mindful Resilience Yoga Class
Dec 4, 2020  2:00 PM - 3:00 PM  (PST)  
On-line via VA Video Connect.

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