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VA Transitions Urgent Care in 13 States to Enhance Veteran Access

VA is making it even easier for thousands of eligible Veterans in the 13 western states to find an in-network urgent care provider as it transitions to the new Community Care Network (CCN) in Region 4 today, September 30, 2020.


If you experience non-life threatening minor injuries – such as skin infections, a sore throat or a cold – you can receive urgent care at the right time and place for you with the right provider. Read below for details on eligibility and how to find an in-network provider.

Use our Quick Start Guide for a step-by-step process how to access urgent care.

To be eligible for urgent care, Veterans must:

  • Be enrolled in VA health care, AND

  • Have received care through VA from either a VA medical facility or a community provider with an approved referral within the past 24 months.

To read about the re-opening for C&P exams and their locations, Click Here.

On what is available for veterans that have been impacted by natural disasters, please visit https://www.disasterassistance.gov/information/veterans

If you are in crisis and need immediate help, please call 1-800-273-8255 and press option (1) or visit http://www.veteranscrisisline.net/.



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James E. Fowler
American Legion Post 264

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