Colonial PVA in Dedication

June 2006
PN;Jun2006, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p86
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the Wilmington Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Delaware, which recently celebrated the hospital's fourth- floor renovation. The center serves veterans in Delaware, southern New Jersey, southeastern Pennsylvania, and Maryland eastern shore. It provides extended care to inpatients and outpatients. It is also a certified community cancer center. It provides a wide spectrum of primary and tertiary care. Medicine, neurology, and surgery are the other fields it specializes into. In most of the clinical areas, subspecialties are also present.


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