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Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center

 

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Juneteenth imageWalla Walla VA clinics remain open on June 18
Although Walla Walla VA Medical Center administrative offices will be closed for the observance of the new Juneteenth federal holiday on June 18, all outpatient clinics will remain open for scheduled appointments.
Image of generic COVID-19 vaccine bottles and the words "Vaccine update"Walla Walla VA COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Let's work together to #BeatCOVID-19 and get vaccinated. The Walla Walla VA continues to hold vaccination clinics at ALL its locations. Get updated information right here on where you can find the information.
Picture of COVID-19 vaccine bottles and the words “SAVE LIVES Act Update”Update on the SAVE LIVES Act
All Veterans, their spouses, and select others can now register and schedule a COVID-19 vaccination at a VA near them. Based on vaccine availability, appointments can be scheduled based on available appointment slots.
Orange circle with a band aid and the words “I got my COVID-19 Vaccine!”COVID-19 vaccine now available for all age groups
Good news! The Walla Walla VA is now offering COVID-19 vaccine to ALL eligible Veterans in ALL age groups – and at all clinic locations. Veterans can call to schedule an appointment for a location near them.
The words "quit tobacco" and "you can do it"Join the Great American Spit Out
February 25 is the Great American Spit Out Day. If you need help/motivation to quit smokeless tobacco, the Walla Walla VA can help you be successful in quitting. Read here to learn about the resources available to you.
The words “celebrate black history” and pictures of African AmericansBlack History Month Celebration Set for Feb. 25
Every year, our nation pauses to honor African Americans during Black History Month. The Walla Walla VA Medical Center is holding a VIRTUAL day-long event on February 25 and invite all to attend this year’s event.
Banner announcing the date, time and location of the clinicCOVID-19 Vaccination Clinic CANCELLED for Feb. 13
CANCELLED! The Walla Walla VA Medical Center HAS CANCELLED ITS special COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINIC on Sat., Feb. 13 at the VA’s main campus in Walla Walla due to winter weather conditions.
The word COVID-19 with a blue backgroundVaccination of Veterans is Top Priority
Although COVID-19 vaccine is temporarily in short supply, vaccination of Veterans is Walla Walla VA's top priority. Vaccinations are in progress at all clinic locations, and you can get updated information here.
Picture health care worker's hand holding a COVID-19 vialWalla Walla VA anticipates COVID-19 vaccine soon
The Walla Walla VA anticipates the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine soon and has developed a plan on administration of vaccine to essential health care workers and high risk Veterans.
A picture of a wood carving of the word "Shalom"The Shalom Project
Times have been rough these past months, and the Walla Walla VA has developed a Veteran-focused training, called The Shalom Project, to facilitate with healthy living and finding a sense of calmness. Get more info here.

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