Manchester VA expands walk-in and urgent care access

  • The Manchester Veterans Affairs Medical Center is seen July 17, 2017, the same day a group of veterans met with the hospital's new leader, Alfred Montoya, who is currently director of the VA Medical Center in White River Junction, Vt. Director Danielle Ocker and Chief of Staff James Schlosser were removed from their positions following a report in the Boston Globe that alleged the hospital was endangering patients. NICK REID

By Monitor staff
Published: 7/30/2019 1:41:43 PM

The Manchester VA announced Monday that it has expanded its network of walk-in and urgent care providers across the state, including a couple in the capital area.

Eligible veterans enrolled in the VA health care system can visit a provider in the network without prior authorization from the VA, as long as they have received care from the VA or a community provider in the previous two years.

The urgent care benefit is meant to give veterans convenient access to care for minor injuries and illnesses such as colds, strep throat and pink eye.

There are now more than 80 urgent and walk-in care providers in a 50-mile radius of the Manchester VA, according to a press release. A list of providers can be found at


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