VA Health Care Eligibility

The VA provides a Medical Benefits Package to all enrolled Veterans. This comprehensive plan provides a full range of preventive outpatient and inpatient services within VA health care system. Also, once you enroll in the VA’s health care system, you can be seen at any VA facility across the country. VA operates an annual enrollment system that helps to manage the provision of health care by providing an overall population of beneficiaries. Additionally, the enrollment system ensures that Veterans who are eligible can get care and ensures that care is given to Veterans who are eligible. VA applies a variety of factors in determining Veterans’ eligibility for enrollment, but once a Veteran is enrolled, that Veteran remains enrolled in the VA health care system.

Do I Qualify?

There are many ways that a Veteran may qualify to receive top-notch VA health care at over 1,400 medical centers and clinics across the nation. The VA has highly trained physicians and clinicians that allow the VA to address many specialties. You may also be able to receive assistance with prescription medication. VA health care is portable. Once enrolled, you may receive care at your home facility as well as the nearest VA facility while traveling. If you are a Veteran, and you want low-cost high quality health care, please take a moment to contact the El Dorado County Veteran Affairs Office so we can assist you in finding out if you are qualified for medical care. You can contact us to help you with the 10-10EZ application process today.

Preferences given to scheduled appointments:
El Dorado County - Department of Veteran Affairs
130 Placerville Drive, Suite B
Placerville CA 95667
Telephone: (530) 621-5892
Fax Questions to: (530) 621-2218

El Dorado County – Department of Veteran Affairs SLT
Located Inside the Senior Center
TUESDAY (1st-2nd-3rd) BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
South Lake Tahoe CA 96150
Telephone: (530) 573-7955 ext. 5892
Fax Questions to: (530) 621-2218