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Two nursing students administering IV push medication on a simulated patientNursing Students Learning Through Simulation
The Martinsburg VA Medical Center (VAMC) runs a nationally certified simulation center called the “SimLearn Lab” offering staff, students and volunteers a place to learn clinical skills in a realistic environment.
Italian meal being prepared for inpatient VeteransCelebrating Healthy Choices for Veterans
March is National Nutrition Month and the Martinsburg VA Medical Center (VAMC) is proud to serve more than 1,500 Inpatient Veteran meals daily with over 80 percent of the menu items made from scratch.
Dietician Kristin Robson, provides education on modified diets to participants of a recent Silver Spoons Feeding program.Helping Veterans with a Silver Spoon
The Martinsburg VAMC has a variety of programs to care for Veterans. Some of those programs are multi-faceted and complex and some are as simple as providing feeding assistance to our Veterans in long term care units.
An image of a donated sweat suit for the 12th Annual Sweats for Vets Event12th Annual Sweats for Vets Event
Winter in West Virginia can be brutally cold, but thanks to the Knights of Columbus of Loudon County Sweats for Vets event, inpatient Veterans at the Martinsburg VA Medical Center will be able to stay a little warmer.
Dr. Gloria Chemaly stands with Secretary of the VA, Robert Wilkie.Martinsburg VAMC Steps Up When Needed
The Martinsburg VA Medical Center sent eight employees to areas affected by Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Matthew over the last few months, as part of the Disaster Emergency Medical Personnel System (DEMPS) program.
Gloria Chemaly, M.D. stands with other clinical providers sent to Fayetteville VA for Hurricane Florence relief.Martinsburg Employees Deploy to North Carolina
Four Martinsburg VA Medical Center employees deployed to North Carolina as part of the Disaster Emergency Medical Personnel System (DEMPS) program, which was activated to assist with Hurricane Florence relief efforts.
Veterans from the Hampton VAMC Domiciliary Arrive at the Martinsburg VAMC During Hurricane Florence EvacuationsMartinsburg VAMC Welcomes Hampton VAMC Patients
In the early hours of Sept. 12, the Martinsburg VA Medical Center (VAMC) welcomed two buses carrying 86 Veteran patients evacuated from the Hampton VAMC Domiciliary due to Hurricane Florence.
A view of the large crowd at the martinsburg VAMC nursing career fair.Nursing Career Fair a Huge Success
On Aug. 22, there was a line down the medical center hallway with candidates eager to attend the Martinsburg VA Medical Center (VAMC) Nursing Career Fair and learn more about what it means to be a VA nurse.
Crowd of youth volunteers stand underneath the VA water tower.The Future is Bright
This summer over ninety-five youth volunteers selflessly gave their time and talents to serving Veterans and supporting the VA’s mission at the Martinsburg VA Medical Center (VAMC).
Alfred Clark in 1943WWII Veteran Celebrates his 105th Birthday
WWII Veteran Celebrates his 105th Birthday. WWII U. S. Army Veteran Alfred Clark is celebrating his 105th birthday this week with family, friends and employees at the Martinsburg VA Medical Center.

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