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The Disabled American Veterans offers shuttle rides to and from the Milwaukee VA Medical Center. DAV Shuttle serves the greater Milwaukee Metro Area and north to south from Appleton to Racine and west toward Dodge County.
For more information on Disabled American Veterans shuttle services to the Milwaukee VA Medical Center, call 414-384-2000, ext. 45715, two weeks before the appointment. Veterans must be ambulatory to enter and exit vehicles.
If escort is needed, consult primary care physician for referral. To ensure a ride both ways, make appointments between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
With many Veterans in need of transportation to keep their medical appointments, the dedicated volunteer drivers at DAV were not about to let a little polar vortex prevent them from safely delivering their passengers. As temperatures dipped to about 22 below zero, accompanied by wind chill of about 50 below, DAV drivers at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center were on the road. .More information.
Tom Bierbach pulled up to a driveway in Greendale and Jim Lamb, clad in a "World War II veteran" cap, hopped out. On this day, Bierbach was giving free rides to and from the Milwaukee VA Medical Center for a dozen veterans, rolling up another 100 miles on the van's odometer during his shift. He, too, is a veteran.More information.