Community-based Urgent Care Facilities in Lane County
ROSEBURG, OREGON, (Oct. 2, 2019) – The Roseburg VA Health Care System (RVAHCS), in accordance with the VA MISSION Act of 2018, is working with local Urgent Care facilities across its area to partner for Veteran care. Veterans may check VA benefit eligibility by calling 1-833-4VETNOW or by calling the RVAHCS eligibility office at (800) 549-8387. A list of available Urgent Care facilities in Lane County is below.
PeaceHealth Medical Group PeaceHealth Medical Group-Oregon
3321 W 11th Ave 1400 Valley River Drive
Eugene, OR 97402 Springfield, OR 97477
LOCAL MILITARY DEERS INFORMATION
Are you in need of updating your military ID? Here is the information about the local military ID DEERS section, hours and days of operation...as of August 2020.
ID Card appointments at the Springfield Armory, 3106 Pierce Parkway.
By appointment ONLY: Tuesday thru Thursday from 9-11 and 1-3. Call: 541-915-2391
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Exchange/Commissaries Open to Veterans
All service-connected Veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former prisoners of war (POW), and individuals approved and designated as the primary family caregivers of eligible Veterans under the Department of Veterans Affairs Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC) can use commissaries, exchanges, and morale, welfare and recreation (MWR) retail facilities, in-person and online.
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Who is eligible?
Veterans Purple Heart recipients Former prisoners of war Veterans with 0-90% service-connected disability ratings
**Medal of Honor recipients and Veterans with 100% service-connected disability ratings are already eligible under existing DOD policy.
On Jan. 1, individuals approved and designated as the primary family caregiver of an eligible veteran under the PCAFC will be eligible for these privileges. For information about primary family caregivers in the PCAFC, click here:
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2020 ROTC Scholarship Recipients
Emerald Empire MOAA awarded 3 scholarships to
University of Oregon ROTC cadets during the first
week of classes. While social distancing and masks were
maintained, one can see the smiles on each face as they
received their award.
left to right are Cadets Justin Passag, Eric Carrasco,
and Neva Luna.
New Centralized Authorized Emergency Care (CAEC) notification process
The new process will be introduced across the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) and will centralize and standardize notifications and review for emergency care for Veterans enrolled in one of RVAHCS’s five facilities.
Under 38 CFR § 17.4020, the VA can authorize emergency treatment for an eligible Veteran when the following criteria are met:
- When a VA Emergency Room (ER) is not feasibly available;
- When care or services received were for the treatment of a medical emergency of such nature that a prudent layperson would reasonably expect delay in seeking immediate medical attention would be hazardous to life or health;
- When seen by an in-network community hospital;
- When the VA is notified within 72 hours of the beginning of emergency treatment;
Veterans, community-based, non-VA hospitals, their family or friends must email VHAEmergencyNotification@va.gov, or call 1-844-72HRVHA (844-724-7842) within 72 hours from the start of a Veterans ER visit or emergent hospital stay.
In a situation where the VHA does not receive notification within 72 hours, an eligible Veteran may still receive coverage of their community ER or hospital stay under Title 38 U.S.C. §1725 or §1728.
Veterans with questions regarding this change or the VHA emergency care benefit may contact the RVAHCS Office of Community Care at 541-440-1296 or visit www.va.gov/communitycare.
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