COVID-19 vaccines: All Veterans, spouses and caregivers can get a COVID-19 vaccine at VA by appointment or walk-in clinic. Visit our vaccine information page.
Prepare for a visit: Everyone entering our facilities is screened, and visitors are limited. Face coverings are mandatory. For some needs, you may be able to get care at home by phone or video.
For the latest coronavirus information: Visit the CDC website.
2021 Flu Shot Clinics
The VA Community Emergency Care Notification Process.
For more information: Veteran ER Notification or
Provider ER Notification
Veterans do not need to check with VA before calling for an ambulance or going to an emergency department. During a medical emergency, VA encourages all Veterans to seek immediate medical attention without delay. It is, however, important to promptly notify VA within 72 hours of presenting to the emergency room.
Online: Emergency Care Reporting
Phone: 844-72HRVHA (844-724-7842)
VA Manchester Urgent Care is open seven days a week!
(Excluding Federal Holidays)
What you need to know:
Hours: 8:00 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
every day, Monday thru Sunday
Urgent Care is now available closer to home through the MISSION Act.
For Emergency Care call 911 or go to the closest Emergency Room.
Urgent care is not for medical emergencies.
If you experience life-threatening symptoms, like chest pain, difficulty
breathing, significant bleeding, severe pain,
dizziness, weakness, severe vomiting, stroke symptoms
or head injury you should be seen in your local Emergency Department.
Improving Veteran Health Care
VA is devoted to providing an excellent experience for you and the important
people in your life. We are strengthening our ability to deliver timely, high-quality
health care through a network of providers and cutting-edge technology.