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William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

 

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Madison VA selected as a lead facility to reintroduce VA health care services while ensuring safe environmentMadison VA to reintroduce VA health care services
The Madison VA is working on a plan to reintroduce health care services as Wisconsin starts reopening after COVID-19 shutdowns. The facility will begin expanding some services May 20th.
Erik Bakko (back center) and members of the environmental Management Staff from the Madison VA Hospital display their facemasks made from recycled military uniforms. From left to Right: Paris Allen-Saffold, Sara Johnson, Deb Shaw, Erik Bakko, Allen Huseth, Geoffrey Mongiat.Helping the Frontlines Get Back in Uniform
Erik Bakko, a Veteran and employee at the Madison VA, is using skills he learned on active duty to help health care providers on the frontlines “get back in uniform” by creating face masks out of old military uniforms.
Safe Mental Health Care During the COVID-19 OutbreakSafe Mental Health Care During the COVID Outbreak
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital is committed to providing high-quality mental health care while keeping Veterans safe from exposure to the coronavirus.
oxanne Rausch, is a VA nurse who has volunteered to come out of Army Reserve retirement to fight COVID-19. Rausch is a Registered Nurse with the Mental Health Intensive Case Management (MHICM) Range program based out of Waupaca, which is part of the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital neMadison VAH Nurse Answers Army Call for Retirees
In 1986 Roxane Rausch raised her right hand and took the oath of enlistment to join the Army Reserve. Now, 34 years later, she is raising her hand again. “I couldn’t stay home knowing I could do something to help."
Su Timmerman shows off some of the bags and masks her and a dedicated team of Volunteers have created to give to Veterans at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital.Volunteers make a difference at Madison VA
National Volunteer Week, April 19th–25th, is an important event at VA hospitals across the country. But this year is different. Our Volunteers have been asked to remain home to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
This July, the Janesville VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic will relocate 1.8 miles southwest of its current site (2419 Morse St) to 1141 Blackbridge Road, Janesville, WI 53545, the site of a former bowling alley.Janesville VA CBOC to get new location
This July, the Janesville VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic will relocate 1.8 miles southwest of its current site (2419 Morse St) to 1141 Blackbridge Road, Janesville, WI 53545, the site of a former bowling alley.
VA Video Connect (VVC) is a VA software solution for conducting real time video visits with Veterans.Connect to your Provider with VA Video Connect
At the Madison VA, more than 83% of our providers in our Patient Aligned Care Teams (PACT) and 95% of our Mental Health professionals are now trained to provide telehealth services using VA Video Connect.
Access VA Care from HomeAccess VA Care from Home
Madison VA is committed to providing high-quality care while keeping Veterans safe from the COVID-19. To help us address our Veterans’ needs, we ask that Veterans use our online tools for routine or non-urgent questions.
Valet Service SuspendedValet Service Suspended
For the safety of our patients, visitors and staff, the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital is suspending valet service, effective at 5 PM CST today, March 31. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The pharmacy at the Madison VA is restricting window dispensing to hospital and ED discharges, and urgently needed prescriptions. Veterans in need of refills are requested to use the VA mail order process.Madison VA Pharmacy Changes
The pharmacy at the Madison VA is restricting window dispensing to hospital and ED discharges, and urgently needed prescriptions. Veterans in need of refills are requested to use the VA mail order process.

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