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Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital


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LATEST UPDATE on Vaccines & Visitors text with notepad and Truman VA Logo, keyboard, decorative vase and fountain pen on wooden background. Business and copy space conceptLatest Updates on Vaccines & Visitors
Truman VA has recently updated their vaccination/visitation information. We currently offer several options for COVID-19 and influenza vaccinations. The medical center’s inpatient visitation policy also has been updated
How to prevent STI's, Sexual Health Awareness Month, September, with pictures of syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia viruses on the side.Let's Talk About Sexually Transmitted Infections
It’s time to talk about sex, or more accurately, let’s talk about sexually transmitted infections (STIs). With STI numbers increasing, it’s important to know the signs and symptoms and how to keep yourself safe.
Portrait of senior man with protective face mask getting vaccine. Mature man against brown background after receiving corona virus vaccination.COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Part 2
Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Well, we have the answers for you. Find out how vaccines work, what the difference is with mRNA vaccines and viral vector vaccines. Read about it here.
Image; Truman VA logo with COVID-19 Vaccine UpdateCOVID-19 Vaccine Updates
Truman VA is now offering Pfizer and Janssen vaccines on a walk-in basis at the vaccine clinic in Columbia. This includes third doses of Pfizer vaccines for immune compromised Veterans, as defined by the CDC.
Young caregiver walking with an elderly woman in the park.Prevent Falls When Transferring Your Loved Ones
We know that many caregivers are responsible for transferring their loved one. Moving forward, in this feature, we'll discuss some important factors to keep in mind regrading transfers.
A line of alcoholic drinks from whisky to lager, in a line, on a white bar like surface, with a white background with the words: "Getting help for executive alcohol use."Getting Help for Excessive Alcohol Use
Recent research has shown an increase in drinking for many Americans, in part because of stress associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It may be time to consider reducing the amount of alcohol you consume.
Image; Woman holding hand up to ear with text reading "Truman VA's Virtual Listening Session, Thursday, April 8, 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m." with Truman VA's LogoVirtual Listening Session
Truman VA Hospital will hold a virtual listening session from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Thursday, April 8, 2021. The purpose of the session is to gather information and solicit suggestions from Veterans concerning their care.
Image; Red Coronavirus models in the background. Truman VA Logo with "Breaking News: All Veterans with an Honorable Discharge and Veteran Spouses Can now get a COVID Vaccine!"Update in Who Can Receive COVID Vaccine
On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, President Joseph Biden signed into law the SAVE LIVES Act. This expands the authority of the VA to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to more Veterans, their spouses, and caregivers.
Barbecued salmon, fried potatoes and vegetables on wooden backgroundPersonalize Your Plate: Eating fish!
Navigating the sea of current dietary recommendations can be choppy, especially when it comes to fish! The pros outweigh the cons on eating fish. The key to safe eating is variety and moderation!
Photo; White t-shirts with inspirational saying to military sexual trauma victims.Military Sexual Assault Awareness Month
We want you to participate in Sexual Assault Awareness Month! In the past, we held group activities where Veterans and those who support sexual assault survivors could come together and decorate t-shirts.

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