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Here's more proof that the VA's self-proclaimed wonderful, computerized system.....uh.....sucks.

I received a phone call (person left a msg) from the Cleveland VAMC that my prosthetics appt had been scheduled for March 13th at 2pm. Say what?? Last time I checked, I had all of my body parts.

So I called the number and sure enough....not my appt. It was for a male vet (I'm female) with just the same last name. This is the 3rd or 4th time I've gotten appt calls for this vet.

Gee.....I wonder if he gets my Gyn appt calls??

Stupid VA.

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It's good that you checked it out.

Many items that disabled veterans get do come thru the

prosthetics department, like tens units and replacement pads,

at-home traction devices,at-home blood pressure machines,etc...


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