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Even though cognitive deficits can cause an impairment with memory; it doesn’t mean Veterans forget everything. Reminiscence therapy works to keep Veterans’ minds active and help them remember the good ol’ days.
The Columbia VA HCS vaccinated nearly 2,000 South Carolina Veterans on March 13 during mass COVID-19 vaccination event hosted at both the Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center and the Colonial Life Arena.
On Jan. 13, the Regional Medical Center in Orangeburg, reached out to the Columbia VA with an urgent need for a -70 freezer to store COVID-19 vaccines. Within 24 hours, the facility quickly was able to support them.
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.
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.
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.