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RN Roxanne Carlson vaccinating Marine Corps Veteran Edwin "Corky" DavisPrescott's COVID19 Vaccine Clinic Set Goals High
When it came time to administer the COVID-19 vaccine, Prescott VA staff stepped-up to the challenge of vaccinating Veterans and staff. NAVAHCS serves more than 29,500 Veterans and employs more than 1,100 employees.
Army SealArmy Veteran Survives Two National Pandemics
WWII Veteran Milton Zaczek celebrated his 101st Birthday in November with an enjoyable get-together with friends. However, a few weeks later, he received a less than pleasant surprise - a COVID-19 positive diagnosis.
Journey of Imagination BookHighlighting the “Journey of Imagination” Workshop
As we all adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing practices, the PRRC staff have made a seamless transition to providing online services. Especially noteworthy is the “Journey of Imagination” workshop.
VA Video ConnectNAVAHCS Offers Virtual Options for Veterans
VA continues to make advancements in technology and in 2017, VA Video Connect (VVC) was established. VVC allows Veterans to have virtual appointments with their providers without leaving their homes.
Mr. Edwin "Corky" Davis - WWII Marine Corps VeteranA Virtual Celebration
WWII Marine Corps Veteran, Edwin "Corky" Davis “attends” his grandson’s wedding with some ingenuity from the Northern Arizona VA Health Care System (NAVAHCS) clinical and admin staff.
Quilts of ValorQuilts of Valor
Quilts of Valor Foundation is a national service for service members and Veterans touched by war who are presented healing quilts as a token of appreciation to say, “Thank you for your service, sacrifice and valor."
Volunteer Mitsu & RickVolunteer Recognition Banquet
Volunteers are the lifeline of NAVAHCS. Their commitment to service is limitless; their allegiance to Veterans knows no boundaries. VA volunteers are truly heroes serving heroes. There are a million reasons to volunteer.
Veterana and Rescue Horse in Heroes & Horses ProgramHorses for Heroes: A program specifically designed
NAVAHCS works with Equine Therapy Programs to create a safe environment for Veterans to work with horses, build relationships & bond. Heroes & Horses is a Non-Profit Organization that works with horses & other animals
Be ThereBe There - Suicide Prevention Awareness
You don’t need to have special training to support the Veterans in your life, and we can all do something to help a Veteran who is going through a difficult time. Even seemingly small actions can have a huge impact.
Prescott VAWhy You Should Choose VA
Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is the largest integrated health care system in the U.S. There are 1,240 health care facilities. VA trains 120,000 healthcare professionals a year, more than any other in the Nation.

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