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Veteran and her coloring book.Thinking Outside of the Box
When sitting in a hospital bed, the last thing any patient wants to feel is stuck. To bring some color and distraction from treatment, Veterans can now choose on how they spend their stay at the Medical Center.
Roy pictured smiling.A Soldier's Story
Purple Heart Recipient, U.S. Army Sergeant Veteran and VA Employee Roy Daugherty is part of the reason Americans pause to remember and honor the brave sacrifice of our soldiers on August 7.
Joshua Johnson pushing a Veteran in a wheelchair.From the Orlando VA to Louisiana State University
No matter the way, driving a car or riding a bicycle, Joshua Johnson commits to serving Veterans. Joshua is a familiar face at the Orlando VA Medical Center with 700+ hours volunteering as a Red Coat Ambassador.
Meet Ashley Williams!From No to Yes
Bound to a hospital bed to now for the first time competing as an athlete in the upcoming 39th National Veterans Wheelchair Games, Ashley Williams, Air Force Veteran, does not take no for an answer.
Photography by a Veteran.A Second Chance
An assortment of photos taken by Veterans was mistaken by the audience as an art show. To the outside eye, the photos are of nature and scenic views, but for the Veterans, lies so much more.
Decorated Veteran Tea Party tables.Not Your Grandmother's Tea Party
A room packed with 100 Veterans, and what do they all have in common? They are Women Warriors. The Women Veteran’s Tea Party brought VA Women Veteran services, gifts, food and of course tea, under one roof.
Emergency Preparedness team helping a patient leave the ambulance.Every Second Counts
The Orlando Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center was 1 of 40 hospitals in the Central Florida region to execute the largest full-scale disaster preparedness community exercise.
Meet Artist and Navy Veteran Jessica AinsworthVeterans Tell Their Stories
Every Veteran has a story to tell. The Creative Arts Festival gives Veterans the opportunity to tell their stories with their choice of a paint brush, microphone, or pencil.
You Are Not Alone painting.Suicide Prevention Awareness Table Event
OVAMC will host a Suicide Prevention Awareness Table Event on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. in the Main Lobby. Activities will feature Janet Gates, Suicide Prevention Coordinator and helpful resources.
Butterfly for a Veteran who passed.Decedent Affairs: Orlando VA’s Helping Hand
The VA’s mission does not cease when a Veteran draws his or her last breath. Decedent Affairs is a service designed to help with final care. The purpose of Decedent Affairs is to honor our hero’s sacrifices.

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