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Coronavirus update:

General
Effective March 23rd, Veterans will be temporarily unable to self-schedule VA appointments or request community care appointments through VA Online Scheduling in order to avoid non-critical, in-person appointments.

Coronavirus update:

General
Effective March 23rd, Veterans will be temporarily unable to self-schedule VA appointments or request community care appointments through VA Online Scheduling in order to stop the spread of illness and avoid non-critical, in-person appointments. Some VA facilities may continue to allow Veterans to request VA appointments. Veterans are still able to join video visits, view appointments, and cancel VA appointments through VAOS. To schedule a VA appointment, please call the VA health facility where you wish to receive care or send a secure message to your provider through My HealtheVet. For information about COVID-19, please visit here.

Coronavirus:

General
Call before you visit VA. If you are worried about COVID-19 symptoms or have concerns about your VA services and benefits, ask a question of the VA coronavirus chatbot or review the Frequently Asked Questions. If you have an appointment, consider making it a telehealth appointment.
 
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Upgrading to Premium:

General
To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus at VA Medical Centers, Veterans will temporarily not be able to upgrade their My HealtheVet accounts in person. Take advantage of getting a Premium account online through ID.me or Premium DS Logon and avoid a trip to the VAMC. Learn more below.

Coronavirus update:

General
Effective March 23rd, Veterans will be temporarily unable to self-schedule VA appointments or request community care appointments through VA Online Scheduling in order to avoid non-critical, in-person appointments.

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Be Social from a Distance

Whether it's video appointments, wearing face masks at VA facilities, or maintaining physical separation, there are precautions you can take to keep you healthy.

Diabetes: When Blood Sugar is Too Low

If you are a Veteran with diabetes, you probably hear a lot about lowering your blood sugar. It is possible for sugar levels to drop too much. The first step in making sure your blood sugar stays at a safe level: simply talk to your health care team.

Do You Have a Mask?

All VA facilities require the use of face coverings or masks for all patients, families, staff, and volunteers. The health and safety of Veterans and the staff who care for them is and always has been VA’s top priority.