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The Polytrauma Site for VA Healthcare Network Upstate New York at Syracuse is one of 23 facilities in the country designed to provide long-term rehabilitative care to Veterans and Servicemembers who experienced severe injuries (including brain injuries) to more than one organ system.For more information about Polytrauma, visit the national Polytrauma System of Care page.Returning Veterans Veterans and active duty Servicemembers returning from Operation Enduring Freedom and/or Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) should contact their local OEF/OIF Coordinator for information about benefits and healthcare enrollment.
So users can use their first name for a room dedicated to their hometown and "Wonder Woman" for a room dedicated for superheroes.
"Sometimes I want to go with my real name and sometimes I prefer a nickname," Miller adds.
"It depends." While Rooms says it's ok for users to use fake names, Facebook has largely required its users to stick to their actual names as a way to combat spammers, trolls and cyberbullies, The New York Times reports.
Or, you may have a confidential online conversation with a professional on the National Veterans Crisis Line Web Chat site Readjustment Counseling System (Vet Centers) National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder VA Mental Health Program Upstate New York Resources for Mental Health Syracuse VA Medical Center 800 Irving Avenue Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 425-4400 Toll Free: (800) 792-4334 Polytrauma Admissions and Referral Officer: Bethany Joncas (SW) (315) 425-6567 Polytrauma Case Manager: Bethany Joncas (SW) (315) 425-6567 Polytrauma Director: Stephen Lebduska (MD) (315) 425-2684 Syracuse VA Medical Center is a proud member of VA Healthcare Network Upstate New York.
If you or a loved on is in need of this service, please contact the Polytruama Point of Contact at a VA Medical Center closest to you.