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Shreveport’s TCM Team: (L-R ) Ryan Jacobsen, DNP, Registered Nurse/TCM Program Manager; Nikkole Weiss, LCSW; Kay Sanders, BSN,RN; Sederic Ealy, PSA; Shea Wilkes, LCSW; Not pictured Christopher Kelly, Transition Patient AdvocateOBVAMC Transition Care Management
Transition Care Management (TCM) traces its roots to 2007. TCM, once known as OEF/OIF/OND, was created to assist and support Iraq and Afghanistan combat Veterans transition from military service, after Sept. 11, 2001.
(L-R) Cheryl Lewis, mother; Alana Lewis, scholarship winner/youth volunteer; and Richard Crockett, Medical Center Director pose for a photo.Overton Brooks Youth Volunteer
In 2017 as Alana Lewis applied for the 2018 Disabled American Veterans Jesse Brown Memorial Youth Scholarship, her sights were set on finishing high school and pursuing a degree in Hospitality Management and Tourism.
WWII Veteran, Army Private James Hammock observes the Independence Day celebration.Independence Day Celebration honors Veterans
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center, Shreveport, Louisiana, honored Veterans, current service members and their families during a Pre-Independence Day Celebration, July 3, 2018.
Zachary Sage, Associate Medical Center Director, presented Helen Smith a plaque for her voluntary service. The 91-year-old Smith has volunteered for the past 30 years.Longview Volunteer recognized for service
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center recently celebrated the service of Helen Smith. Helen has devoted the past 30 years volunteering to serve Veterans. She began her career in 1988 at the main facility in Shreveport.
Branding for the Overton Brooks Experience celebrates the phrase "Building a Better Experience for our Employees and the Veterans We Serve."Experience the Overton Brooks Experience
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center (OBVAMC) recently conducted the Overton Brooks Experience Kick Off. Nearly 100 employees attended the kickoff and were widely celebrated as ‘Sprint Teams’ were identified.
Shreveport area Veteran couple brings home the GoldShreveport area Veteran brings home the Gold
When Air Force Veteran George Williamson met his now wife Mary Carol nearly seven years ago, he knew within five minutes that this was the person he would spend the rest of his life with.
Hurricane Maria Medical Evacuee TeamOBVAMC Hurricane Maria Update
Approximately 35 medical patients from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have arrived in Shreveport, Louisiana, via a dozen military aircraft or smaller private planes, since Sunday, September 24, 2017.
Shreveport Recognized for Efforts to End Veteran HomelessnessShreveport Recognized for Homelessness Efforts
Shreveport has been recognized by federal agencies as the second city in Louisiana for progress made to functionally end veteran homelessness. “This is a proud moment for Shreveport.
Overton Brooks Veteran Makes His Own Success StoryOverton Brooks Veteran Makes His Own Success Story
Measuring success is much more than quantifiable and qualitative results. Depending on a person’s culture success could be defined with several different meanings. Business success may be
OBVAMC 2nd Annual Diversity FairOBVAMC 2nd Annual Diversity Fair
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center celebrated its 2nd Annual Diversity Fair, recently. The Diversity Fair was an opportunity to celebrate and honor a large group of people who make

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