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James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital - Tampa, Florida

 

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Katherine and Jason Silah, wife and son of retired Navy Capt. Bob Silah who passed away in August 2016, pose with the plaque dedicating the hospital's new virtual reality room to Bob.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.
JAHVH Occupational Therapist Sunny Claussen uses microcurrent point stimulation to help release a scar that was causing tremendous pain from the surrounding tissue on Army Veteran Barbara Ledoux's arm.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.
James A Haley Veterans’ Hospital Green Environmental Management System Program Manager Victoria Cockrell, observes as Food and Nutrition Service Cook Willie Payan recycles large number 10 food cans, one of the initiatives that helped the facility win the Practice Greenhealth Partner for Change AwardJAHVH 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.
Hercules and his handler, Robert Lynch, pay a visit to Polytrauma patient Gabe Gonzalez and his mother, Miriam.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.
The Cyberknife's computer generates an image showing where each of the 67 radiation "shots" will be aimed during the 19-minute treatment.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.
JAHVH staff move simulated patients from an Air National Guard C-17 aircraft during Exercise Patriot South 2018 at Tampa International Airport Feb. 13.Haley practices for natural disaster assistance
James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital joined with the Air National Guard and local community partners to practice patient reception procedures after a simulated natural disaster in Mississippi.
Veterans can now call the Wheelchair Clinic directly to schedule for adjustments on their VA-issued wheelchairs or for evaluations for VA mobility devices.Wheelchair Clinic Direct Scheduling
Veterans who need adjustments for their VA-issued wheelchair or who want to be evaluated for VA-issued wheelchairs or scooters no longer need a referral from their provider to get an appointment at the Wheelchair Clinic.
The VA National Center for Patient Safety's Cornerstone AwardHaley takes patient safety award for eighth year
James A. Haley Veterans Hospital has received VA’s top patient safety award - the Cornerstone Award presented by the VA National Center for Patient Safety - for the eighth consecutive year.
JAHVH Occupational Therapist Kerri Martin works with Army Veteran Patrick Stamm during his recent 360 evaluation at the hospital.Veteran comes back from traumatic brain injury
A Soldier suffers massive injuries and is in a coma for 40 days after a four-story fall, but continues to serve in uniform for another 16 years after recovery and rehabilitation at JAHVH.
Army Veteran Malita Smith had her traffic fines reduced from almost $2,300 to $50 and was able to get her driver's license reinstated.Special court gives Veterans a second chance
For Malita Smith, the Veterans Outreach Court held at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital Primary Care Annex Nov. 3 was a chance to get out from under traffic fines and back on her feet.

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