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Northern Arizona VA Health Care System

 

Anthem Clinic Open House Event

Veterans, staff, friends and family at the Anthem Clinic Open House

Veterans, staff, friends and family at the first ever Anthem Clinic Open House Event.

By Mary Dillinger
Thursday, October 13, 2016

The Open House gave Veterans an opportunity to meet Anthem’s newest provider, Dr. Sherry Roles and to congratulate Dr. Denise Weil on her promotion as the Eastern Regional Medical Director for NAVAHCS.

Dr. Roles is a Veteran herself and comes from a long line of Veterans in her family. She said “it is an honor to serve our amazing Veterans and I am so happy to be here”.

Dr. Weil is still treating her patients at the Anthem Clinic as well as performing her new duties as the Region Director at the Anthem, Cottonwood and Flagstaff Clinics.

Over two hundred people attended the event and the staff was fortunate enough to be able to present 50th Anniversary Vietnam Veteran Commemoration Pins and Coins to Veterans. Dr. Weil, Dr. Roles, Dorothy Libby, Anthem Clinic Nurse Manager, Gen Flores, Anthem Clinic Nurse, Mary Dillinger, NAVAHCS Public Affairs Officer and Michael Welsh, NAVAHCS Associate Director presented one hundred pins, coins, stickers and buttons to the Vietnam Era Veterans and Welcomed them all home.


Lillian Clonts is just one of the many Veterans who attended the event and receives her care at the Anthem Clinic. She is one of Dr. Weils’ patients and she is the oldest registered Women Veteran at the Anthem Clinic.

The staff at the Anthem Clinic is looking forward to host more events like this in the future.

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