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James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital - Tampa, Florida
- Improving quality of life for pain sufferers
- The Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program (CPRP) is a unique 19-day inpatient program design to help Veterans who are suffering from chronic pain improve their overall quality of life.
- Employee remembers time at Ground Zero
- Most people can remember where they were and what they were doing on Sept. 11, 2001, but for one James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital employee, those memories are especially vivid.
- Lend Me Your Ears
- A Navy Vietnam Veteran receives a new, custom-made silicon ear prosthesis to replace the one he sacrificed to cancer a few years ago, allowing him to live a more normal lifestyle.
- JAHVH designated Headache Center of Excellence
- James. A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital has been designated a Headache Center of Excellence (CoE) by the Department of Veterans Affairs, a move that includes funding in excess of $1 million.
- Patient Safety Advancing Suicide Prevention
- One Veteran suicide is one too many, so James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital Patient Safety Office is taking steps to help prevent them for patients admitted to the hospital medical-surgical units.
- JAHVH dedicates virtual reality room
- Hospital and community leaders gathered here Thursday to dedicate a new virtual reality room to the retired Navy captain who was instrumental in turning the room from a dream to reality.
- Thinking outside the box helps ease Veteran’s pain
- A JAHVH occupational therapist thinks outside the box and uses scar release therapy to help ease a Veteran's pain that was so severe she was ready request her arm be amputated.
- JAHVH named national environmental award winner
- In recognition for successful programs to reduce its environmental impact, James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital has received the Partner for Change Award from Practice Greenhealth.
- Four-legged therapist brightens patients’ day
- Hercules, a 19-month old black Labrador retriever, is the facility’s new therapy dog. He and his handler have been visiting patients for nearly a month now, but one patient in particular looks forward to his visits.
- Haley adds new tool in fight against cancer
- A new robotic treatment was recently used for the first time at James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital, and it’s a treatment that will increase the number of options Veterans have in their fight against cancer.