APPLY FOR VA HEALTHCARE
VA healthcare includes regular checkups with your primary care doctor and access to specialists, such as Cardiologists, Gynecologists, and Mental Health Providers. You can also get home healthcare and geriatric care, as well as medical equipment, prosthetics, and prescriptions.
VA provides world-class healthcare to eligible Veterans. The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated healthcare system, with more than 1,700 sites of care, and it is consistently ranked among the nation’s top healthcare providers.
Veterans’ Spouses, Dependents, and Survivors Eligibility Overview
A Veteran’s spouse, dependent, or survivor may be eligible for VA healthcare benefits through programs such as the Civilian Health and Medical Program, Spina Bifida, Children of Women Vietnam Veterans, Foreign Medical Program, and Caregivers. Enrolling in these programs may reduce or eliminate your costs for medical supplies, office visits, or prescriptions. Get details about family health benefits at VA’s health beneficiaries page.
Have you ever wished you had a partner to help you determine your eligibility for benefits and navigate VA Healthcare?
Your local County Veterans Service Officer and the experts at your area CBOC are your partners. Click the link below to find your local County Veterans Service Officer:
THE JOINT COMMISSION
If you have a safety or quality of care concern that has not been resolved through Valor Healthcare Management, CBOC Management, or VA Medical Center Advocacy, patients and employees have the right to contact The Joint Commission directly, by dialing 1-800-994-6610 or sending an email to: [email protected]. Disciplinary action may not be taken against any employee or patient who reports a safety or quality concern to The Joint Commission.