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BREAKING NEWS

VA HOSPITAL HELPS

John AndersonJanuary 22, 2022

VA hospitals in Kansas have opened their beds to non-veteran COVID patients to help with the influx as the state weathers the throws of the latest Omicron-fueled surge. Kansas’s Senior U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) says he commends Kansas VA hospitals who plan to help in their Fourth Mission role to provide backup care to Kansas hospitals that need additional support to care for COVID patients. Additionally, Moran said 80 members of the Kansas National Guard have been sent to provide statewide COVID-19 relief efforts. He said their service will support the Sunflower State’s health care workers on the frontlines fighting the pandemic. According to Moran, Kansas hospitals in need of beds for non-veteran COVID patients will be allowed to submit patient transfer requests through Kansas Mission Control. He said Mission Control and the VA will then work to find the best possible receiving facility for the patient.

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