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Closeup photo of a person getting the flu vaccine in the armFighting Flu Together
Getting a flu shot this fall is more important than ever! Reduce your risk of flu and help prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed by patients with the flu or coronavirus.
George Johnson, manager of the Minneapolis VA’s Green Environmental Management System program standing in front of the Minneapolis VA medical centerMinneapolis VA Receives Multiple EPA Awards
The Minneapolis VA received the EPA’s top award for environmentally preferable purchasing practices in FY 2019 by decreasing its printer and copier paper purchases by 31 percent from the previous year.
navy text that read Veterans Town Hall on a white speech bubble, blue background, illustration of navy microphone in frontRochester VA Clinic Virtual Town Hall for Veterans
The Rochester VA Clinic, in Rochester, MN, will hold a Virtual Town Hall with Minneapolis VA Health Care System Director Patrick Kelly on August 20, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Graphic with tan background and the US Marine Corps and Navy seals; it reads My Life. My Story.My Life, My Story by Jean
"For my 16th birthday, he rented a one engine airplane. We flew up north and had lunch. That’s when I knew what I wanted to do with my life – I wanted to fix airplanes." Read Veteran Jean's My Life, My Story.
photo of a large white building with grass and a road in the foregroundMoving Forward Together: Safe Care is Our Mission
Minneapolis VA is prepared to safely care for you whenever you need us. We are gradually increasing routine face to face health care while ensuring a safe environment. This information will help make contact go smoothly.
photo of a person with short dark hair and a beard pictured an iPad tablet screen that is hanging in a patient roomUsing Technology to Care for Patients
The Minneapolis VA Health Care System is implementing technology to assist in reducing the use of Personal Protective Equipment and allowing patients in isolation to connect with loved ones.
photo of a person with short, gray hair using a tablet computerAccess VA Care from Home
VA virtual care options can make it easier and safer to receive care from your providers. Here are some ways to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) by accessing VA care virtually.
computer rendoring of CoronavirusCancellation of Elective Surgeries and Procedures
Out of an abundance of caution due to COVID-19 and to limit the risk of exposure to patients and staff, Minneapolis VA Health Care System is cancelling all elective surgeries and procedures.
photo showing the front of the Minneapolis VA medical center buildingChanges to Visitor Policy
We care deeply about the safety and well-being of our Veterans, visitors and staff. As a result, we need to implement a visitor policy to minimize exposure and provide guidance for all of you in these challenging times.
photo showing the front of the Minneapolis VA medical center buildingScreening Process
To keep Veterans, employees, volunteers and visitors safe, we have set up Coronavirus screening areas at our Medical Center and VA Community Clinics.

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