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In the spotlight at VA Coatesville

Flu Shots are now available

Coatesville VA Medical Center is ready for flu season.

Picture of an elderly gentleman with a gray jacket on. The words #FightFlu with the flu shot are on a blue border.

Vaccine Availability Expanded by SAVES LIVES Act

Coatesville expands COVID-19 vaccination to Veterans, including those who are not enrolled or eligible for VA health care, Veteran spouses, Veteran caregivers, and CHAMPVA beneficiaries.

Reginald Draughn talks on the phone while the nurse delivers his first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination.

Face to Face Visits Resume for Veterans in the CLC

Coatesville VA Medical Center (VAMC) resumed face to face visits on Thursday for Veterans residing in the Community Living Center (CLC) on campus.

John Anker looks at the pictures he is holding of his dogs that his wife Margret shares across a table during their first face to face visit in a year.

Vaccines Open to All Enrolled

Coatesville VA Medical Center (VAMC) began offering the COVID-19 vaccine to all enrolled Veterans on Thursday.

Debora Brooks-Wilson calmly stares off in the opposite direction of the nurse delivering Brooks-Wilsons first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination.

Vaccines open to enrolled Veterans age 55 and over

Coatesville VA Medical Center (VAMC) began offering the COVID-19 vaccine to Veterans age 55 and over on Monday.

Gary Giorno, a Vietnam era Veteran in a black t-shirt and glasses looks straight ahead as he receives his second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.