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Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center


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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.
Picture of medical person holding a chalboard with words "get your flu shot"Flu Season is Here - Get Vaccinated Today!
This year, more than any other year, it’s important to get your annual flu shot. The Walla Walla VA has scheduled a number drive-through flu shot clinics at all its clinic locations. Get all the info here!
Close-up image of COVID-19 virus and words "COVID-19 Update"COVID-19 Screening Processes Implemented
Screening processes are changing at the Walla Walla VA Medical Center campus. Effective March 19, all patients and visitors are being screened in front of Bldg. 143 prior to entering clinical buildings. Learn more here.
National Salute to Veteran Patients logo with a red heart over red/white/blue stars and strips and a gold circleHonor Veterans during National Salute week
Annually, VA honors our nation’s heroes during National Salute to Veteran Patients week. Join the Walla Walla VA this week in celebrating Veterans for their service. Click here for the activities you can participate in.
Man sitting in chair working on a laptopVeterans - get your care virtually
If you have access to computer, cell phone, tablet or other mobile device, Veterans can access VA services virtually through a number of applications and websites. Learn more here about the many options of virtual care.
A picture of the inside area of the same day clinicSame Day Clinic Opens at the Walla Walla VA
The Walla Walla VA has opened a same day clinic at the Walla Walla campus to offer assistance with minor medical issues to walk-in and traveling Veterans, while reducing wait times trying to see their regular provider.
Hand olding a red megaphone with the words "get the flu shot"Flu season is here; get vaccinated today!
Flu season has arrived, and enrolled Veterans are encouraged to get vaccinated right away. Be sure to check out this year's flu shot clinic schedule and stay healthy this season!
The words "#BeThere" on top of a blue backgroundSupport Veterans during Suicide Prevention Month
Sept. is Suicide Prevention Month, and everyone can play an important role in supporting our Veterans this month and beyond. Learn here how you can help a Veteran, your neighbor, family member, or friend. #BeThere
Picture of a building with the words “Urgent Care”Urgent care benefits available to Veterans
One of the benefits of the new VA MISSION Act of 2018 is an urgent care option allowing eligible Veterans greater choice and access to timely healthcare. Learn how you can take advantage of this new benefit.

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