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San Francisco VA Health Care System

 

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Clearlake VA Community Based Clinic StaffCommunity Partnerships Impacting Rural Veterans
Community partnerships improving rural Veterans services. Roughly 22,600 Veterans live north of the Golden Gate Bridge in rural areas with 60% enrolled in the San Francisco VA Health Care System (SFVAHCS).
Iconic flag raising atop of Mt. Suribachi on February 23; five days after the battle for Iwo Jima began.Honoring Our Veterans: Charles "Doc" Greene
By February 19, 1945, when U.S. Marines began surging onto the beaches of Iwo Jima under heavy fire, Greene was a Veteran of war and had already participated in the capture of Guam a year earlier.
Volunteers distribute handmade Valentine's Day Cards from Bay Area students.National Salute to Veteran Patients
This week marks the 40th annual observance of VA’s National Salute to Veteran Patients, an opportunity to pay tribute to America’s heroes – our Veterans we proudly care for and serve.
Laura Flink, MD, MS, works at the San Francisco VA Medical Center in our Cardiology Department. Dr. Flink also manages the Women’s Cardiac Clinic, a specialty service within our Women’s Health Clinic.Dr. Flink: Passion for Serving Veterans
Laura Flink, MD, MS, works at the San Francisco VA Medical Center in our Cardiology Department. Dr. Flink also manages the Women’s Cardiac Clinic, a specialty service within our Women’s Health Clinic.
Top Row: Dr. Abigail Wilson (Physician, Women’s Health Medical Co-Director); Winnie Deguzman (Lead MSA), Dr. Kaela Joseph (Psychologist, Women Veterans Program Manager), Leonides Penaflor (RN, Charge Nurse), Elizabeth Enriquez (RN)VA Goes Red for Women’s Healthy Heart Awareness
February marks American heart month. San Francisco VA Health Care System’s Women’s clinic along with VA employees across the nation wore red to raise awareness about women’s heart disease.
Tia Delong, Administrative Officers for SFVAHCS's Clearlake ClinicTia Delong: Passion for Serving Veterans
Tia Delong, Administrative Officer: Passion for Serving our Veterans. “I enjoy working in our Clearlake Clinic with all of our staff as we are so much a part of the community we serve,”
Alta Thurman served in the U.S. Air Force as a Medical Tech from 1983-1984Alta Thurman: Veterans Serving Veterans
Alta Thurman served in the US Air Force from 1983 – 1994 as a Medical Technician. “My goal has always been to work for the VA. Being a Veteran I’ve always had a passion for helping my fellow Veterans,”
Amanda Celli works in Member Services at our Clearlake Clinic, serving Veterans in our rural areas of Lake County.Passion for Serving Veterans
Amanda Celli works in Member Services at our Clearlake Clinic, serving Veterans in our rural areas of Lake County. Amanda has been with SFVAHCS since 2015, coming from health care work in the private sector.
CJ Jardstorm serving aboard the USS Dixon (AS-37) in support of Desert StormVeterans Serving Veterans
Veterans Serving Veterans, CJ Jardstorm served in the US Navy from 1989–1995. CJ started her VA career in our Ukiah Clinic as a Phlebotomist Tech. In 2017 she transferring to our Clearlake Clinic as a Audiology Tech.
Park Ranger Jasmine Greats SFVAHCS Veterans at Muir Woods National ParkVA W.A.R.I.O.R. Program
The San Francisco VA Health Care System’s Wellness and Recovery Incorporating Outdoor Recreation (W.A.R.I.O.R.) Program closes out the year with a trip to Muir Woods National Park.

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