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Combat Veterans Get Telephonic Health Care Application Option

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today that it has amended its enrollment regulations to allow Veterans to complete applications for enrollment in VA health care by telephone without the need for a signed paper application. The change is effective immediately for Combat Veterans and will be effective July 5, 2016, for all Veterans.

Read More at:  http://www.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=2766

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VA announces Community Care Call Center to help Veterans with Choice Program billing issues

Veterans can now work directly with VA to resolve debt collection issues resulting from inappropriate or delayed Choice Program billing.   Veterans experiencing these problems can call 1-877-881-7618 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET for assistance.

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Get info on possible service-related exposures. http://go.usa.gov/sR2h 

Information for Veterans Who Served in Operation Desert Shield

And Desert Storm and Their Families

Gulf War Registry: Three Reasons to Participate

Are you a Gulf War Veteran interested in your health and ensuring the health of fellow Veterans? Consider joining VA’s Gulf War Registry. Established in 1990, the Gulf War Registry is an important resource for understanding the health of the military personnel who served in Operations Desert Shield, Desert Storm, Iraqi Freedom, and New Dawn.

Gulf War Presumptives

For Gulf War Veterans, VA presumes that unexplained symptoms are related to Gulf War service if a Veteran has experienced them for six months or more. The “presumptive” illness(es) must have first appeared during active duty in the Southwest Asia theater of military operations or by December 31, 2016, and be at least 10 percent disabling.

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Women Veterans who have questions or concerns about care can call VA’s Women Veterans Call Center at 1-855-VA-WOMEN or 1-855-829-6636.

Explore what benefits, services may be available to you.

http://www.womenshealth.va.gov/WOMENSHEALTH/outreachmaterials/ImOne/imon

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