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St. Cloud VA Health Care System


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Person holding a smart phoneKeeping Up with Your Appointments
Making appointments, and when you can’t keep them, cancelling them are important ways we work together to take care of you and fellow Veterans. The VA has several ways you can keep up with your appointments.
Picture of smart phone with mobile apps displayedBringing care closer in a Virtual Medical Room
Bringing care closer to you in a virtual medical room is yet another way to keep you connected with your health care. In the virtual medical room, you communicate with your provider face-to-face.
VA Health Icon with notepad and penGet care no matter your location
In the virtual medical room, you participate in video healthcare visits without the actual physical examination. You access your provider on a scheduled date and time, just like a face-to-face appointment.
Image of flu shot and vaccineFlu Vaccination Clinics for 2017
Flu vaccination clinics for eligible Veterans served by the St. Cloud VA Health Care System will be available across Central Minnesota during this flu season. Veterans have many options from which to choose.
VA Health icon with notepad and penVeteran Appointment Request (VAR)
The St. Cloud VA Health Care System now has a new tool for Veterans to try called, Veteran Appointment Request (VAR). It is an application that can be downloaded from the VA App Store to manage appointments.
Image of nurse with a Veteran in a wheelchair used to promote the website address Website Improves Transparency for Veterans
The VA has launched a new website with an access and quality tool to help Veterans make more informed choices about their health care needs. Health care can be one of the most complex and challenging decisions to make
Title of Medication Copayments changingNew Regulations for Outpatient Medication Copay
New regulation decreases cost of outpatient medication copay for most Veterans. VA is amending its regulation on copayments for Veterans' outpatient medications for non-service connected conditions.
Physician discussing Hep C with Veteran at his deskImproved Access for Veterans with Hep C
VISN 23 facilities identify and treat Veterans with hepatitis C. Those requiring intervention decreased from 3,724 in March 2015 to 1,671 in February 2016. Treatment can rid Vets of the virus and improve quality of life
Choice act of 2014Choice First Initiative Announced
VA has implemented the Choice First initiative that revises the current non-VA Care Coordination processes to use the Veterans’ Choice Program. Choice First provides Veterans another resource to obtain care.
DAV van used for transportation of VeteransWright County Veterans Transportation
Wright County Veterans Transportation Program Making Progress. A meeting was held to get input from Wright County Veterans on their needs for transportation to VA appointments at the St. Cloud VA.

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