Veterans Health Care December 16, 2021

Your vaccinations are now automatically entered in your VA record

Providing health care to America’s Veterans

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is home to America's largest integrated health care system, serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year. Join your fellow Veterans. Here are some of their stories.

Nurse giving male Veteran a vaccination

Veterans: vaccinated by a community provider or pharmacy? It’s in your record!

If you get a vaccination from an in-network community provider or retail pharmacy, it’s now automatically entered into your VA health record—you don’t have to provide VA documentation. 

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man in military uniform sitting down with hands folded

ETS program helps with military-to-civilian transition

“We’re all working together to help that service member before, during, and after their transition," says Army Veteran Rick Kelling.

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Veteran in wheelchair pets a dog

Aly the "diva" poodle brings comfort and smiles to Veterans 

Aly was just what residents at the Reno VA nursing home needed to bring life into the halls.


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Technician preparing volunteer for blood donation

Roll up your sleeve and
donate blood

One way you can make a difference this year is to donate blood at your VA to help fight the shortage. Contact your local VA medical center to learn more.

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