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From front to back (friends from Timothy's church hold the Bachelor's degree awarded to Timothy Patterson who is standing in the back next to his mom, Dr. Annie Patterson.Veteran Awarded Degree
U.S. Navy Veteran, Timothy Patterson, had a dream to graduate from college. His medical provider, Sara Krzywkowski-Mohn, Ed. D, FNP reached out to Mt. St. Joseph University to see if it was possible.
Text, Breast Cancer Awareness with pink butterfly wings with pink breast cancer ribbon used for the body of the butterflyBreast Cancer Awareness
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we'd like you to join us at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center to attend Pink Out, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walking and/or to schedule your mammogram.
Image of fishing bait, fishing pole and reel with the text, Take a Warrior Fishing.Take a Warrior Fishing
The Corps of Engineers and Cincinnati VAMC, in conjunction with CAST Foundation and local sponsors welcomed local veterans, active duty service men & women and families to Caesar Creek Lake for a day of fishing and fun!
Veteran receives telehealth care at the Dearborn Community Based Outpatient Clinic.TeleHealth Fair
TeleHealth provides Healthcare services to Veterans with technology in nontraditional setting. Access is available from Community Based Outpatient Clinics and even from your home. Learn how you can get connected.
Text: Vet Centers, Excellence, Service, Commitment displayed in a ring around a pair of combat boots with dog tags hanging from the top of one of the boots. Under the boots are the words, "Walk on in"Cincinnati Vet Center Grand Opening
Your Cincinnati Vet Center is holding an open house on August 8th from 10 am to 2 pm at 4545 Montgomery Road in Norwood, Ohio. Life isn't always easy after a deployment. That's where Vet Centers can help.
Veterans who are 65 and older participate in, Gerofit, a supervised exercise program on elliptical machines and a treadmill.Be Active, Eat Wisely
Living life fully and enhancing health and well-being goes beyond not being sick; it means understanding what matters to you and looking at all aspects in life that contribute to a sense of well-being.
Text: June is National PTSD Awareness MonthPosttraumatic Stress Awareness
If thoughts and feelings from a life-threatening event are upsetting you or causing problems in your life, you may have PTSD. Here’s the good news: you can get treatment for PTSD — and it works.
text pride with a line underneath it with the LGBT colorsCincinnati VA celebrates Pride Month 2018
The Cincinnati VA Medical Center (VAMC) celebrates Pride month and is committed to providing top quality care to all Veterans, including all Veterans in our lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community.
Mother in army uniform and daughter in the streetTri-State Women Veterans Expo
The Cincinnati VA Medical Center women Veterans Primary Care Wellness Center, is dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs you have as a women Veteran. Attend your Women Veteran Expo on Saturday, May 19 to learn more!
You can save lifesCincinnati VA Medical Center Hosts Blood Drive
You don’t need a special reason to donate blood; just a desire to do so. Whatever the reason, know that the need for blood is constant. The great thing is that it doesn’t cost any money – it’s totally free.

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