If you have symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath, call your VA medical center before going to a clinic, urgent care center, or emergency room. Calling first helps us protect you, medical staff, and other patients. Ask your VA health care team about the option of a telehealth appointment instead of an in-person visit.
For the latest information about coronavirus, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Is this an emergency?
If you are in a medical emergency, please call 911 for immediate help.
If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis, contact the Veterans Crisis Line for confidential support: Call 1-800-273-8255 and press 1, send a text to 838255, or chat online at https://VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat.
Interested in enrolling in telehealth?
To learn about telehealth options in your area, reach out to your medical provider or your local VA Medical Center.
Each VA Medical Center has staff members who can help you enroll in telehealth and who can assist existing telehealth patients.
To find your nearest VA Medical Center using the VA facility locator, enter your city, state, or ZIP code and select “VA Health” from the facility drop-down menu. Please note that patients are unable to enroll in telehealth at VA clinics.
Need to check the status of your appointment or contact your VA care team?
To check on your appointments or contact your VA care team, reach out to your local VA facility or access the My HealtheVet patient portal.
To find the contact information for the nearest VA facility using the VA facility locator, enter your city, state, or ZIP code and select “VA Health” from the facility drop-down menu.
To view your appointment status online or send secure messages to your provider using My HealtheVet, or to register for an account, go to the My HealtheVet website.