EPVA

AcronymDefinition
EPVAEastern Paralyzed Veterans Association
EPVAEast Point Velodrome Association, Inc. (Georgia)
ePVAEquivalent Pressure-Volume Area (cardiology)
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When Joe Romagnano arrived in New York for NSO training at EPVA, Joe became my roommate.
In July 1971, Peters was appointed EPVA executive director.
Through his efforts, EPVA joined with local institutions, including the Mount Sinai Medical Center and the New York Medical College, to provide advanced methods of treatment to paralyzed veterans in the metropolitan area.
Through his leadership, EPVA once more joined with Paralyzed Veterans of America to build the PVA/EPVA Center for Neuroscience and Regeneration Research of Yale University, located at the West Haven VA Medical Center.
This event is just one of many activities the EPVA provides to its members and others with disabilities," said Bianco.
EPVA was founded in 1946 to serve the needs of paralyzed veterans in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
DiDonna's love for the sport and dedication to the EPVA Jets led him to take over as head coach during the 2002-2003 season.
The EPVA team doesn't have the players necessary for success at the top level.
Coming into the Knock and Roll Tournament as the eighth and lowest seeded team, the EPVA Jets' main objective was to be competitive and win a game--or maybe even two.
Individuals affiliated with EPVA will remain full members of PVA, including benefits and healthcare representation at VAMCs.