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Today Mayor Jim Strickland issued a citywide ‘safer at home’ order for Memphis beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The order identifies healthcare operations as essential and exempts health care workers.
Isolation vs Quarantine. Know the difference. One way to help stop the spread of a very contagious disease (such as pandemic flu) is to limit close contact of people with each other. This is known as social distancing.
Veterans, if you have any questions, please call Telephone Care at 901-577-7221 before visiting the facility. Your understanding and cooperation to help ensure the safety of our Veterans and staff is appreciated.
No need to come to the Memphis VA Pharmacy to Request Refills on your Medications. Log into My HealtheVet or Call 1-800-636-8262. For immediate supply of maintenance medication, call Telephone Care at 901-577-7221.
As a family, you can plan and make decisions now that will protect you and your family during a COVID-19 outbreak. Use this checklist to help you take steps to plan and protect the health of you and your family.
This guide provides you with information to help you and your family if an outbreak of COVID-19 occurs in the U.S. The guide describes actions you can take that may help lessen the impact on you and your family.
Nichols and Martindale-Adams are codirectors of the Caregiving Center at the Memphis Veterans Affairs Medical Center and are both preventative medicine professors at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.