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VAPORHCS invites our Veterans and family members to participate in an April 8, 12 pm telephone town hall to hear about care options and ask questions of VA staff and leaders as we all deal with the new age of COVID-19.
VAPORHCS is continuing to offer Mental Health services with non-face-to-face care. Reach out if you need assistance. For new appts, call 503-220-8262, ext. 56409. For existing patients, call 503-273-5058.
Here is some detailed information related to COVID-19 and VA Portland operations that may be very helpful for the Veterans we serve across the Pacific Northwest. Please read and share to your fellow Veterans.
Visitors/guests are not allowed in any site of care across VAPORHCS; Veterans coming to hospital or clinic for healthcare/procedure can bring one adult family member/caregiver with them who is not sick; no one under 18.
Updated visitor restrictions at VAPORHCS to help reduce the impact of COVID-19, the flu, and other illnesses; VA Portland Health Care System is asking patients, visitors and staff to help slow the spread of infection.
Coronavirus: Be informed and call your provider if symptoms develop; know the symptoms, understand your risk, keep an eye on coronavirus, but remember the flu, take precautions to guard against infection
Adaptive Sports Northwest of Beaverton was selected to receive $146,000 grant from Veterans Affairs to provide adaptive sports programs benefiting Veterans with disabilities and disabled members of the U.S. Armed Forces.