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June 16: Health care providers at the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center will be calling to inform you of the world-wide recall of Philips CPAP and BiPAP machines. The Philips Dream Station 1 system and System One machines are included in this recall.
The recall is being made to address a possible breakdown of sound dampening foam. Unapproved cleaning methods, such as ozone, can make this problem occur. If you live in a home or area with high heat and or high humidity levels, this problem can also occur. Please see the Resources column on this page to download a copy of the cleaning instructions.
We recommend you continue to use your CPAP and Bi-PAP devices as we work with the company to find short and long-term solutions. Please register your CPAP and Bi-PAP machines with Philips to get the most recent updates. Registration can be made online at: philips.com/src-updateor by phone at: 877-907-7508.
If you have concerns or questions, please call our Hotline at: 317-988-9060 to allow discussions of the risks and benefits with your provider. More information is also available at CPAP Recall Information Page - Veteran Health Indiana (va.gov).
May 21: Veteran Health Indiana is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to all Veterans, spouses, caregivers, and CHAMPVA beneficiaries under the SAVE LIVES Act. Veterans and eligible individuals under the SAVE LIVES Act may call 317-988-4899, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., to schedule their vaccine appointment at the following locations: Indianapolis VA Medical Center VA Clinics at Bloomington, Indy West, Martinsville, Shelbyville, Terre Haute, Wakeman, and West Lafayette. We are accepting walk-ins (during operating hours) at all our locations. Spouses and caregivers (of Veterans not enrolled in VA health care) should call first (317-988-4899) to register in order to same time on site.
The medical center is administering the Moderna vaccine and the community VA clinics are administering the Janssen (one shot) vaccine.
To enroll in VA health care, new patients should contact the Indianapolis VA Medical Center’s Health Benefits Unit at 317-988-4310 or enroll on-line at https://www.va.gov/health-care/
Visit VA’s website link at www.va.gov/health/ or www.indianapolis.va.gov for COVID-19 and VA health care resources.
If you would like to get tested for COVID-19, contact your primary care provider by calling the Patient Response Center at 317-988-1772, option 2 or send a secure message via MyHealtheVet at www.myhealth.va.gov
Virtual appointments are available through VA Video Connect. With Video Connect, you can meet with your VA provider using your digital device.
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