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Robotic surgery requires a good support team to be successfulColumbia VA providing innovative robotic surgery
Can you imagine having a thoracic surgery & returning to normal activities within a few days? The Columbia VA is now making that possible. Veterans receive minimally invasive surgery with precision & quicker recoveries.
COVID-19 Vaccine Trial at the Columbia VAJanssen COVID 19 Vaccine Trial
On Nov. 13, the Columbia VA began a clinical trial for the single-dose investigational COVID-19 vaccine developed by Johnson & Johnson. Veteran volunteers (men & non-pregnant women over age 18) can enroll in the study.
VA Secretary speaks to Columbia VA staffVA Secretary Wilkie Visits Columbia VA
Secretary Wilkie stopped by the Columbia VA to tour the hospital and its historic campus. Wilkie had a singular purpose for the trip: to show his gratitude for the staff’s continued service to our veterans.
Columbia VA HCS Police officersVA Police Officers Prevent Tragedy
Two ladies were rescued from their burning car while traveling on South Carolina's I-77, thanks to the quick action of five police officers from the Columbia VA Health Care System.
The Roche Cobas is the high-volume analyzer used for COVID-19 testing.Fourth Mission
As part of its Fourth Mission, the Columbia VA has stepped up to provide needed assistance across the Southeast including helping seven state-run veterans’ homes in South Carolina and Alabama.
McClain birthdayVeteran's 101st birthday
With a big birthday on the horizon, Dr. Patrick McClain was anxious to be released from the Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center to spend his 101st birthday with his family.
Navy Veteran Keith HicksHicks recovery
Navy Veteran Keith Hicks diagnosed with the Coronavirus-19 late last month makes vast improvement and credits the care he received from the staff at the Columbia VA Health Care System
Molecular Pathology Section of Columbia VA’s Pathology and Laboratory Medicine ServiceRoche Testing
Molecular Pathology Section of Columbia VA Health Care System's Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Service is testing COVID-19 samples from VAs throughout the Southeast Network
Barker explains processCOVID-19_testing
The Columbia VA Health Care System is leveraging technology already in use to allow in-house testing for the Coronavirus 2019 for high-risk patients with results in less than an hour, rather than within days.
InmanNational Salute
Professional sports figure returns to Columbia to visit with Veterans and staff at the Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center during National Salute to Veteran Patients Week

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