This page has been established for veterans and military members of the community to stay informed of upcoming events and to provide a place to connect with resources in the area that provide assistance and services to veterans.
Commission’s quarterly newsletter,“DownRange.” The goal of the newsletter is to provide useful information that will inform, inspire, and motivate active duty military members, veterans, families of both, and interested Huber Heights citizens.
Any Veteran with symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath should immediately contact their local VA facility. VA urges Veterans to call before visiting. Call 937-268-6511 and press option 3 for Primary Care from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. After hours (4:00 pm – 8:00 am), call 888-838-6446.
Alternatively, Veterans can sign into My HealtheVet to send a secure message to VA or use Telehealth Options to explain their condition and receive a prompt diagnosis.
Upon arriving at VA, all patients will be screened for flu-like symptoms before they enter in order to protect other patients and staff. A VA health care professional will assist you with next steps once this screening process is complete. At this time, VA is urging all visitors who do not feel well to please postpone their visits to VA facilities.
The above information comes from Jimmy Kay, Chairman, Veterans Committee, Valley of Dayton.
Information provided by Steve Ratcliffe, Director of Huber Heights Vietnam Veterans Chapter 97
Mr. Steve Ratcliffe has gathered useful information and we are providing it on this page for Veterans in our community to have quick access to the latest information. Click here to view the document