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James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital - Tampa, Florida


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Military medical leaders from several countries watch a demonstration of adaptive equipment used at JAHVH for rehabilitation patients.CENTCOM Multinational Exchange
James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital recently hosted high-level military medical leaders from 18 nations as part of U.S. Central Command’s biannual Medical Security Cooperation Exchange.
Jeanne Botz, Jose Valdes and Aaliyah Kew worked together with a local police department to prevent a suicide by cop.Teamwork saves Veteran from ‘suicide by cop’
A Veteran is alive today because of teamwork between staff at the New Port Richey Community Based Outpatient Clinic and the Clearwater, Fla., Police Department that prevented a suicide by cop.
Women Veterans tour the Haley Primary Care Annex.Haley program helps women Veterans transition
James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital is teaming up with MacDill Air Force Base to help women service members better understand their VA health care benefits as they leave the military.
Clockwise from top left - Joe, Willie, Wilfredo, Hector, Tony, Denio and Robert Vila.A story of seven brothers and their service
At least one of the seven Vila brothers from South Tampa have served in the military during every conflict from WWII to Desert Storm. They have been honored by the city to have a park named after them.
Leyla and McKetham Campbell pack Mcketham's belongings after he graduated from the Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program Sept. 14.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.
Police officers at Ground Zero on Sept. 11, 2018Employee 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.
Two prosthetic ears, the left unpainted and the right painted to match the Veteran's own complexion.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.
James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital chiropractor Dr. Kerry Sarnowski, performs an adjustment on headache patient Shelly Woodhouse as part of the Chronic Headache Management Program.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.
One Veteran suicide is one too many.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.
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.

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