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Steven Linder of the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System Hospital, Palo Alto, Calif.
Southwest Asia has brought new challenges to Wounded Warriors as they begin the transition from the military healthcare system to the Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare system.
``It breaks your heart, it absolutely breaks your heart, because you realize they are just kids and what they've seen is truly traumatic,'' said Kerri Childress, spokeswoman for the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, where Warren and others struggle with brain injuries, blindness and other wounds.
McCarley of Boston Veterans Affairs Healthcare System.
Rahilly-Tierney, a researcher with Massachusetts Veterans Epidemiology Research and Information Center (MAVERIC), Boston Veterans Affairs Healthcare System.
Simply stated, it's not true," said the AMVETS leader, who pointed to news reports from across the country that facilities in the Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare system are failing to make ends meet.
TVI Corporation (NASDAQ: TVIN), a global supplier of rapidly deployable first receiver and first responder systems for homeland security, hospitals, the military, police and fire departments, and public health agencies, today announced it has received an order valued at more than $300,000 from the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System of Ohio (VISN 10) for TVI's surge capacity and pandemic preparedness suite of products.
Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan and Chief of Infectious Diseases at the Ann Arbor Veterans Affairs Healthcare System.