VA Pittsburgh offers COVID-19 vaccines to all veterans, spouses and caregivers

PITTSBURGH — The VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS) will be providing vaccines to all veterans, their spouses and caregivers, regardless of whether they are currently eligible or enrolled in VA care.

The available vaccines are prioritized for those who are enrolled in VA health care. Appointments for veterans enrolled in care can be scheduled on the VAPHS website by clicking here. You will need your DS logon, My HealtheVet or ID.me account information to sign up.

If you are not eligible for or enrolled in VA care but are still interested in getting the vaccine, walk-in appointments are available at the VAPHS University Drive campus only, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday, except for federal holidays.

Spouses, caregivers and veterans who are not enrolled in VA can also call a local VAPHS outpatient clinic to learn how to schedule an appointment for the vaccine.

VAPHS may request recipients provide private insurance information, but private insurance is not required to receive the vaccine.

For the most recent information on COVID-19 vaccines at VA and to potentially shorten the registration process when you arrive for your walk-in appointment, visit VA’s vaccine information page.

If you would like to know more about eligibility or any other service that the VAPHS provides, call 412-822-3000.