Midcities

About Mid-Cities Medical

Mid-Cities Medical is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, specializing in servicing the home medical needs of our Veterans through government approved lines of Durable Medical Equipment, Portable and Stationary Oxygen Concentrator and supplies.

PACT Act

VA to host town halls for Veterans, families during ‘PACT Act Week of Action’

Benefiting millions of Veterans of the Vietnam and Gulf Wars, and post-9/11 eras who were exposed to toxic fumes, burn pits, Agent Orange, radiation and other environmental hazards, the PACT Act may make you eligible for VA benefits and health care. During the week of December 10 to 17, 2022 – “PACT Act Week of Action” – more than 90 VA facilities around the country will be holding in-person town halls to

life insurance agent

Protect those who matter most with VA Life Insurance

Life insurance is a key component of an individual or family’s future financial planning, and VA Life Insurance has been serving our Nation’s Veterans, service members and their families for over 100 years. With the right policy and coverage amount, life insurance can cover end-of-life costs, provide an inheritance to family, serve as income to a spouse or cover some outstanding debts. learn more   .youtube

the wall that heals

The Wall That Heals – Traveling Vietnam Wall

The Wall That Heals is a traveling Vietnam Wall that helps thousands of Veterans find the strength and courage to heal within their own communities. Bringing The Wall home to communities throughout our country allows the souls enshrined on the Memorial to exist once more among family and friends in the peace and comfort of familiar surroundings. .youtube { overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:56.25%; position:relative; height:0;

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New toxic exposure screening for Veterans

Have you heard about the new toxic exposure screening? If you’re enrolled in VA health care, you can now receive the toxic exposure screening at VA medical centers and clinics across the country, proactively developing a long-term health plan with your care team. If you’re not enrolled but meet eligibility requirements to enroll, you will have an opportunity to receive the screening after you enroll. .youtube {

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Veterans, Gold Star Families get free lifetime pass to national parks

This Veterans Day 2022, the National Park Service will unveil a lifetime pass providing free entrance to approximately 2,000 national parks for Veterans and their families. The Military Pass has been expanded to include a pass that does not expire for Veterans and Gold Star Family members. The National Defense Authorization Act of 2022 authorized a free lifetime pass to national parks and other federal recreational lands for eligible Veterans and

stress management

Stress Management: You’re stronger than you think

How much stress you experience is determined by how capable you believe you are at meeting the extra demands. The fact is that you’re stronger than you may believe. You can recognize this by thinking about the challenges you’ve overcome in your life, remembering the periods you didn’t know if you could make it… and yet knowing somehow that you did. .youtube { overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:56.25%;

women veterans

The importance of mammograms and early detection

Early detection and treatment are key in the fight against breast cancer, a 99% survival rate if detected early, and VA leads the nation’s health care systems in providing mammograms to those who need them. For women ages 45 and older, VA recommends regular breast cancer screening. VA encourages women Veterans not currently using VA health care services to enroll and use the benefits they have earned. Call the Women Veterans

va chaplain services

VA Chaplain Service offers counseling and guidance

A vital part of VA Medical Centers, VA Chaplain Services address religious, spiritual, moral, and ethical concerns of patients and their families. People come to clergy and chaplains because they trust them. They also help Veterans and family members who have witnessed or experienced, or are at risk of, domestic violence and intimate partner violence. The VA Chaplain Service works alongside VA’s Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program (IPVAP) to help Veterans

ending veteran homelessness

Ending Veteran Homelessness

Transitioning to civilian life can be difficult, especially for Veterans experiencing housing insecurity, and the VA is connecting Veterans to meaningful employment in an attempt to battle homelessness. VA can provide homeless Veterans with a wide range of services, but employers need to provide them with a chance. For our Veterans who have given us all the freedom to pursue our own dreams, extending an employment offer is perhaps the first step

veterans and hearing loss

Hearing Loss and How to Deal With It

There are a variety of technologies that assist individuals with hearing loss to participate in daily activities, and assistive listening devices (HATS) can help reduce background noise and amplify the sounds you want to hear. .youtube { overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:56.25%; position:relative; height:0; } .youtube iframe { left:0; top:0; height:100%; width:100%; position:absolute; }