LEBANON, Pa. (WHTM) — Lebanon VA Medical Center has announced that its five VA Community Clinics located in Wyomissing, Mechanicsburg, Lancaster, Pottsville, and York will be limiting services, effective March 31, to protect the safety of veterans and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All scheduled outpatient Community Clinic visits will be conducted via a telephone or video visit or rescheduled as appropriate. Walk-in appointments at VA Community Clinics will not be available. Labs will only be drawn at the main Lebanon campus. A health care provider team remains always available to address veterans’ health care needs. Veterans needing a telephone appointment can call (717) 272-6621, ext. 5105.
All providers caring for Veterans will have access to necessary medical records. Any veterans having a medical or mental health emergency should dial 911 immediately.
Online tools veterans can use for routine or non-urgent concerns:
- Secure Messaging. You can send a secure message via My HealtheVet to your provider about any health concern or question via www.myhealth.va.gov.
- VA Video Connect. Your provider may ask you to consider telehealth for an upcoming appointment. By downloading and learning about the VA Video Connect app at https://mobile.va.gov/app/va-video-connect now, you can prepare yourself.
Due the ever-changing nature of this circumstance, the best place to receive up-to-date information can be found at the Lebanon VA VA Medical Center’s website www.lebanon.va.gov.
Lebanon VAMC serves a nine-county area in South Central Pennsylvania covering Adams, Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry, Schuylkill, and York counties.