VA Healthcare-VISN 4
Telehealth Education Delivered (T.E.D.) Mobile Van
Through virtual technology, VA is able to deliver care to patients where and when they need it. The goal is to save Veterans from traveling to a VA medical center for routine and non-emergent health care. Telehealth is beneficial for many health care services including mental health, rural health, wound care, audiology, primary care, non-invasive cardio, and dermatology.
Telehealth Education Delivered (T.E.D.) is a mobile demonstration vehicle designed to showcase the many telehealth solutions available within the Department of Veterans Affairs. The T.E.D. mobile van helps raise awareness and understanding of how telehealth can improve overall efficiency of health care, while enhancing patient access, outcomes and experiences.
Iron Bow, VA's national Telehealth equipment contractor, will be touring across VISN 4 with the T.E.D. mobile van. An Iron Bow telehealth equipment trainer will provide live demonstrations on a variety of telehealth equipment and answer any questions you may have.
If your schedule allows, please take a moment to visit with T.E.D. and stop by for a demonstration!
- August 1 – Erie VA Medical Center
- September 11 – Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center
- September 12 – VA Butler Health Care Center
- September 13 – VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - University Drive
- September 14 – VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - H.J. Heinz
- September 18 – Lebanon VA Medical Center
- September 19 – Coatesville VA Medical Center
- September 20 – Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center
- September 21 – Wilmington VA Medical Center
- November 16 – James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center
To learn more about telehealth in VISN 4 and watch an informative video, please visit https://www.visn4.va.gov/services/telehealth.asp.
Editor's Note: Paws4Vets will be touring along with the T.E.D. mobile van. Paws4Vets is a non-profit foundation that partners with Iron Bow to provide service dogs to Veterans suffering from PTSD, TBI, and other neurological issues.