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VA respiratory therapist Eduardo CardenasVA respiratory therapist finds hope in New Orleans
The grip of COVID-19 had frozen the nation. Businesses closed, residents hunkered down, and the world stopped. But for the second time in a year, VA respiratory therapist Eduardo Cardenas was running toward the danger.
Medication BottleCOVID-19 & Pharmacy Refills
Attention Veterans: There is no need to stockpile medications. Please know that VA is able to order, fill and mail medications in a timely manner to ensure our Veterans’ needs are met.
Cheyenne VA staff, family and volunteers celebrate Valentine's Day with Veteran residents.VA staff bring song and dance to Veteran residents
On Feb. 14, the staff and volunteers of Cheyenne VA Medical Center came together to provide Veteran residents and their family members with a full-blown celebration on Valentine’s Day.
One of the DAV Vans from the fleet of 12 assigned to Cheyenne VAMCTransporting Veterans to medical facilities
Serving 6,150 veterans while traveling 278,170 miles, completing 3,270 trips, and logging 11,825 volunteer hours saved over $115,440 if all of riders were eligible for VA travel reimbursement (41.5 cents per mile)
Celebrating the first VTC grraduateVeterans Treatment Court holds first graduation
Success in the Veterans Treatment Court program requires commitment to recovery, as well as being engaged and following through with treatment, is required for this specialty court.
Prosthetic LogoProsthetic and Sensory Aids
Prosthetics is so much more than what is related to artificial limbs. A "prosthetic device" actually refers to any device that supports or replaces a body part or function.”
Hearts hanging in the clininc at Cheyenne VAMCKnow Your Numbers
“Contrary to popular belief, heart disease is the No.1 killer of women, not cancer,” said Brandy Marshall, registered nurse and women’s program manager at Cheyenne VA Medical Center.
Entrance to the Black History ProgramAfrican American History and Culture
People don’t always understand each other’s cultures before they start stereotyping or segregating. If we take the time to learn more about each other we might find that we are more alike than different.
P.O.W.W.O.W. LogoPromoting Our Women Warriors Of Wyoming
VA medical centers and clinics in Wyoming continue their mission to empower female veterans to strengthen their relationships and network with other women warriors to become integral parts of their communities
Cheyenne VAMC Women Veterans Program Manager, Brandy MarshallThanks for your service: in words and actions
“In the spirit of Service, Not Self, the mission of the American Legion Auxiliary… honors the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans….” Mission accomplished ladies, mission accomplished

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