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U. S. Army Veteran Richard Rauch encourages other Veterans who want prompt medical care to call the VISN 4 tele urgent care line to speak with a licensed health care provider on a video chat or phone call.
In the 2020 VISN 4 Annual Report, we tell the stories of a caring, professional staff who overcame COVID-19's challenges to keep Veterans safe while continuing to provide the excellent care they earned and deserve.
Veterans, caregivers, and beneficiaries who are eligible for reimbursement of mileage and travel expenses to and from approved health care appointments can enter claims in the new Beneficiary Travel Self-Service System.
To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, VA Healthcare-VISN 4 has expanded the use of virtual care, making it easier for our Veterans to see and communicate with their VA health care providers and teams.
Veterans receiving health care at VA medical centers throughout VISN 4 have an opportunity to obtain some care with the ease of a video chat with a nurse practitioner in the VISN 4 centralized nurse triage call center.
You never know when you may need emergency medical care, so knowing what to do and where to go will benefit you. During a medical emergency, Veterans should immediately seek care at the nearest medical facility.
VA Pittsburgh's "I Am Free of Hepatitis C" campaign is up and running! Veterans in the 13-county service area who are enrolled for VA health care can call 412-360-1232 directly for hepatitis C screening.