Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
VA has implemented an aggressive public health response to protect and care for Veterans, their families, health care providers, and staff.
Sick? Stay Home and Phone
Virtual care through My HealtheVet & VA Video Connect app on your smartphone, tablet or computer.
New 2020 Agent Orange Newslett
Read about registries, benefits, research, and more.
Call your VA medical center before going to a clinic, urgent care, or emergency room, especially if you have symptoms of fever, cough and shortness of breath. Calling first helps us protect you, medical staff, and other patients. Ask your VA health care team about the option of care by phone or video instead of an in-person visit. We also ask that visitors who feel unwell postpone their visits to VA facilities.
Visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for the latest coronavirus information.
The Office of Patient Care Services/Public Health has critical responsibilities for promoting health and preventing disease among Veterans. By developing evidence-based public health policy, conducting operations research, and performing educational outreach, we continue to support America’s Veterans and the VA workforce.
Diseases & Conditions
- Agent Orange-Related Diseases
- Viral Hepatitis
- Seasonal Flu
- Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
Health & Wellness
- Tobacco and Health
- Vaccines and Immunization
- Seasonal Flu Vaccination
- Women's Health Guide
- Marijuana and Health
Studies & Data
- Employee Occupational Health
- Employee Health Promotion
- Workers' Compensation
- Violence Prevention in Health Care Facilities