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Read about what's happening in our VA Lebanon health care community.

In a groundbreaking stride with personalized health care for Veterans, the Lebanon VAMC is leading the VA in a new type of treatment for Veterans suffering from metastatic prostate cancers and neuroendocrine tumors.

Vials of medications.

Checking into an unfamiliar hospital can be an overwhelming task, especially in an era where medical threats are seemingly everywhere. From COVID-19 to MRSA infections, and everything in between, maintaining and understanding infection prevention is an integral aspect of any healthcare organization.

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The VA Lebanon Healthcare System will be offering the flu vaccine at the following times, dates, and locations.

2023 Lebanon VA Medical Center and VA Clinics flu vaccine clinic schedule

Veterans in need of carotid artery stenosis can now be treated at Lebanon VAMC. On February 28, 2023, Lebanon’s vascular surgery team completed their first two Transcarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR) procedures.

Photo of part of the vascular surgery team involved in the first TCAR procedure

Getting a flu shot is always a good idea. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s even more important. If you aren’t worried about yourself, getting a flu shot can keep you from spreading it to others who are at high risk of severe illness like children under 2 or adults over 65.

2022 Lebanon VA Medical Center and VA Clinics flu vaccine clinic schedule

The PACT Act was signed into law, bringing new opportunities for expanded health care, benefits, and fraud to Veterans. Stay safe against new scams by protecting yourself with these tips.

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United States Air Force Veteran, Jerry Loeb is known as a proud patriot, a fierce competitor, a loyal friend, a no-nonsense leader, a gifted mechanic, and a naturally talented race car driver.

Cars, both old and new, circle Lebanon VAMC to honor a Veteran.

Starting July 16, Veterans experiencing a mental health crisis can now reach the Veterans' Crisis Line with a new, easy-to-remember phone number - dial 988 and press 1.

988 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Retired Green Beret, Army ranger and paratrooper, Lt. Colonel Bill Smith married his wife, Grace, 50 years ago on April 1, in Suedberg Church of God in PA. This year, VA staff and residents celebrated their monumental achievement on Friday, April 1 with a celebration of their love and service.

Bill and Grace Smith celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in the Lebanon VAMC Community Living Center.

Data continue to show the importance of vaccination and booster doses to protect individuals from becoming infected and stave off severe outcomes of COVID-19.

Vials of COVID-19 vaccine