When Enrollment is Not Required

Veterans Enrollment is Not Required

When Enrollment is Not Required

Normally, veterans need to be enrolled in health care system of VA to receive benefits from the package of Medical Benefits. However, some specific veterans do not need to enroll in order to receive the benefits of medical care.

Enrollment is not required if:

  • You were marked by VA to be 50% or more incapacitated from SC conditions (service-connected conditions)
  • If any treatment is being undertaken only for a service-related disability which is rated by VA.
  • If the veteran was discharged within a year for a disability which occurred due to the service and has been recognized by the military but still not rated by the VA.

Enrolled veterans will continue to be enrolled without reapplying for annual benefit. However, exceptional veterans are required to update their information related to finance on a yearly basis in order to retain their enrollment. These veterans will be informed about their financial information by the VA whenever it is updated.

Related:VA Eligibility for Healthcare Benefits

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1 Comment
  • Jeanine Talbot
    Posted at 01:02h, 10 February Reply

    Is it possible to get the Covid vaccine shots through the VA if you are a veteran but not receiving any health benefits? I’m trying to find a place near Wesley Chapel, Fl
    and someone suggested the VA in Tampa. Any suggestions?

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