VA Medical Care

Find a VA Doctor Near You

The VA clinics and Veterans’ Affairs medical care experts in our network treat sick and/or injured military veterans with the utmost care and excellent customer service.

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When looking for a Veterans’ Affairs (VA) provider, here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Make sure they’re legit. Check the map on the website to find a list of authorized providers near you.
  • Check their credentials. Make sure they’re licensed and accredited. You can check the provider’s website or contact the state licensing board to verify their credentials.
  • Find someone with experience. Choose a provider with experience treating patients with your specific condition or needs. You can ask the provider about their experience and read online reviews from other patients.
  • Make sure you vibe well with them. Choose a provider with whom you feel comfortable communicating. Make sure they listen to you and answer your questions clearly.
  • Pick a convenient location. Choose a provider who is conveniently located and has hours that work for you.

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Here are some additional things to consider:

  • How much is it gonna cost ya? The VA covers most healthcare services, but you may still have to pay copays, deductibles, and cost-shares. Be sure to ask the provider about their fees and how much you will be responsible for paying.
  • Are they in-network? If you have a TRICARE Prime plan, it is best to choose a provider who is in-network. This will save you money on copays and deductibles.
  • Can they refer you to a specialist if needed? If you need to see a specialist, make sure your primary care provider can refer you to one who is VA-authorized.
  • Do they offer online services? Some providers offer online services such as appointment scheduling, test results, and messaging. This can be convenient for managing your healthcare.

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What Type of VA Clinics Can See Veterans?

Veterans can see a variety of types of clinics, including:

VA facilities:
Veterans can see their primary care doctor and other specialists at VA facilities, which are located throughout the United States. VA facilities offer a wide range of healthcare services, including preventive care, chronic disease management, and mental health care.

Community-based providers:
The VA also covers care from community-based providers, such as private doctors and hospitals. Community-based providers offer a wide range of services, just like VA facilities.

Urgent care centers:
Urgent care centers are a good option for veterans who need care for a non-emergency illness or injury. Urgent care centers are typically open longer hours than regular doctor’s offices and they offer walk-in appointments.

Retail clinics:
Retail clinics are located in pharmacies and other retail stores. They offer a limited range of services, such as immunizations, physical exams, and treatment for minor illnesses.

Telehealth providers:
Telehealth providers offer care through video conferencing or phone calls. This can be a convenient option for veterans who live in rural areas or who have transportation difficulties.