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Jesse Brown VA Medical Center


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Photo of Derrick ChatmonFormerly homeless Veteran experiences light
“I woke up in darkness all the time.” Derrick Chatmon went from being homeless and living in darkness to having secure housing and a job through the help of VA services. He also go married in the process.
Photo of Albert AlexanderFormerly Homeless Veteran Gets A Home, Job
Albert Alexander was unable to find steady work after leaving the Army. His unemployment led to financial struggles that resulted in him and his family being evicted from their home.
Flu Shot GraphicFlu Shots at Jesse Brown
Remember to get your Flu Shots! Flu Shots are available at both our main hospital and Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) between the hours of 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Hours vary slightly at each location).
Jesse Brown VA Medical CenterGreat American Smokeout
Join us for the Great American Smokeout and learn about effective methods to stop smoking. Stamping out your last cigarette isn’t easy, but VA is committed to providing assistance every step of the way.
Jesse Brown VA Medical CenterJBVA Selected for COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trial
Jesse Brown VA was selected for a COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial. Veterans volunteers interested in participating can call 312-998-8601 or sign up on VA’s coronavirus online research volunteer list.
The Silent Witness ExhibitJesse Brown VA Stands Up to Stop Harassment
The VA Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program recognizes Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Violence is a serious yet, preventable public health problem that may disproportionately affect Veterans.
Suicide Prevention Crisis Line NumberVA Suicide Prevention Resources
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in this country. The VA has developed suicide prevention resources that are helpful for Veterans and the people who love them. By working together...suicide is preventable!
POW MIA ImageNational POW/MIA Recognition Day
On National POW/MIA Recognition Day, we honor the sacrifices and remarkable determination of those captured as prisoners of war and those who remain unaccounted for. You will not be forgotten!
Photo of Dr. Saul J. WeinerContextualized Care Planning
VA Care teams addressed 72% of contextual factors, and estimated cost savings from avoiding hospitalizations were reduced by $25.2M at a cost of just $337,000 for the interventions.
U.S. Flag with Navy Vietnam Veteran PatchNavy Veteran Uses Poetry to Inspire
Walter McKinley served in Vietnam with the U.S. Navy. Poetry has always been a passion, but his writing took a new direction after returning home from the war. Writing became his therapy and a tool to inspire others.

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