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San Francisco VA Health Care System


Voluntary Service Special Events 2015

Van Donation for Eureka VA Clinic

Thanks to a generous donation from Disabled American Veterans, our Eureka VA Clinic now has a new van to transport rural Veteran patients to their VA clinic appointments. (Pictured from left: Voluntary Service Chief Owetdia Dupree, DAV Member Kenneth Wingett, Chief of Staff Dr. Diana Nicoll, and Nurse Executive Shirley Pikula.)




National Salute to Veteran Patients

We salute our Veteran patients! This week (February 9-13, 2015) we’ll bring special greetings to all Veteran patients at the San Francisco VA Medical Center and our six community VA clinics. We’ll distribute hundreds of

Valentine’s cards from area schools and the local community, as well as gift bags donated from Veteran groups and organizations. To find out more how you can participate, or to learn more about volunteering, call Voluntary Service at (415) 750-2144.

Would you like to Volunteer? To learn more about volunteer opportunities, visit Voluntary Service, Bldg. 7, First Floor, Room 120, or call (415) 750-2144.

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CLC Receives a Baby Grand Piano

Thanks to a generous donation by the Presidio Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the CLC now has a baby grand piano for playing wonderful music for their Veteran residents to enjoy. The piano was dedicated at a Ribbon Cutting ceremony in November 2015.


Poinsettias Donated by the Benvolent and Protective Order of the Elks Lodge #3 and Books Donated by the 7th Graders from St. Brigid School

On December 1, 2015 we received a donation of Poinsettias from the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks Lodge #3, which were distributed by the 7th Graders from St. Brigid School throughout our Medical Center. Not only did the students hand out Poinsettias, they delivered paperback books to our outpatient clinics in Building 200. The students held a paperback book drive the past month and donated 627 books.