My HealtheVet Login – myVAHealth

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UPDATED:  March 12, 2021  –  Managing doctor’s appointments, prescriptions, and budgeting medical expenses can be difficult.

The Department of Veterans Affairs made it easy to manage my VA benefits online with the My HealtheVet program, available at myhealth.va.gov.

My HealtheVet Login

To access the MyHealtheVet login, visit the homepage at www.myhealth.va.gov.

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  • Look for the section labeled Login in the top right
  • Enter your User ID and password
  • Click the Login button to access your account and manage your VA benefits online

Learn more about the features and tools available with your online account below.

My HealtheVet.va.gov Resources Available Online

The My HealtheVet online VA portal provides access to a variety of resources and tools to help manage your benefits.  If you are looking for additional ways to manage your VA benefits online, be sure to check out eBenefits.

This includes access to personal medical records (Blue Button), prescription refills, schedule doctor’s appointments & contact doctor thru secure messaging.

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Online VA Pharmacy & MyHealthyVet Prescription Refill

Save time and trips to the pharmacy when you manage your www. prescription refill online.

View current medication and supplements, request refills, arrange medication delivery right to your door and schedule refill reminders via your myhealthevet login.

Schedule Appointments

View your appointment history and scheduled appointments with the Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

View the time, date and location of each appointment, set up appointments reminders, as well as contact your health care team to cancel or reschedule an upcoming appointment via the My HealtheVet secure messaging feature.

MyVAHealth.gov Secure Messaging

Stay informed and stay connected to your health care provider with the secure message feature.

Contact your doctor or local clinic with any questions regarding upcoming appointments, medical test results, medications and treatment options.

Electronic Medical Records with MHV Blue Button

The Blue Button provides instant access to myVAHealth and your electronic medical records.

This allows you to view, save, print, download and share your records with doctors, pharmacies, family members, other medical providers, etc.

Click the Blue Button to download your medical records.

New User? How to Register for an Account

  • Visit myhealth.va.gov and click the ‘Not registered’ link on the right-hand side.
  • Enter in your personal information, relation to veterans affairs, contact info, preferred user ID and password with reminder questions.

During registration, you will be given the option to choose from three different account types; Basic, Advanced & Premium.

Once complete, your information will be reviewed and you will be contacted with your My HealtheVet login details upon approval.

Latest News & Resources

Access Services on Vets.gov with your My HealtheVet Credentials or DS Logon
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As of March 2018, Veterans can log in to Vets.gov to with their My HealthyVet credentials, DS Logon or ID.me sign in.

Therefore providing millions of people with convenient access to a variety of services and benefits with one simple login.

This recent development is part of the VA’s continued work towards modernizing their digital resources.

In addition, removing any unnecessary hurdles for service members to obtain accurate and up to date information regarding their health coverage and benefits.

Read more about this and other developments on Vets.gov on the VAntage Point blog.

“Ask a Pharmacist” with the MyHealtheVet.gov Mobile App

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Another exciting new feature on the My HealtheVet mobile app is “Ask a Pharmacist.”

This helps to provide access for patients to trusted sources to help answer questions about their medications, find a local VA pharmacy or doctor, and much more.

To learn more about mobile apps, visit the app store at mobile.va.gov

Mental Health Resources for Veterans – myVAHealth

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Often times we pay more attention to our visible wounds and not enough attention to our mental health.

VA benefits include resources for veterans to learn more about mental illness and provide confidential tools to aid in recovery.

Access the Mental Health Test to help identify symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD and other mental health disorders.

To learn more about Mental Health treatment options and programs offered to Veterans, Active Duty Service members and their families, visit www.mentalhealth.va.gov or contact the Department of Veteran’s Affairs for more information.

Download the Guide to Mental Health Services for Veterans Families online.

If you are a Veteran in crisis or know one who is, immediate help is available.
Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, text to 838255, or chat online.

Need assistance with your account?  Contact the MyHealthyvet Login Helpline

If you are having issues with your MyHealtheVet login, have forgotten your user ID or password – Contact MHV customer support

www.myhealthevet.va.gov

877-327-0022
800-877-8339
Monday – Friday from 7am – 7pm

NOTE: We are not affiliated with MyHealth.va.gov or the Department of Veterans Affairs, and you should NOT contact us with any sensitive information that is of a personal nature. We are merely a resource that provides information.

** If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to the emergency room immediately. **

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19 Comments

  1. I served in the U.S. Navy on the aircraft carrier USS Constellation, from 1963 until 1966. I worked as the ship’s librarian just on the other side of the wall from those operating the catapults and jet blast deflectors. Those sailors and all those on the flight deck above were required to wear hearing protectors during flight ops which in 1964-1966 in the South China Sea was pretty much 24/7. Those of us in the library and the adjoining Chaplin’s Office were given no noise cancelling head gear, though there was no difference in noise level for us than for those operating the catapults on the other side of the wall.

    Since discharge I’ve always had tinnitus (ringing in the ears), but my hearing was OK until I was about 45 or 50 when I started losing it. In my sixties, at the insistence of my wife I looked into and bought hearing aids. They helped somewhat for a while, but the hearing got worse. During a routine hearing exam my audiologist said my hearing had gotten so much worse in the previous year that she said I should see and ENT doctor to see if there was something else going on. I went to the University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson where it was discovered I had an Acoustic Neuroma (tumor) in my right ear and I had completely lost all hearing in that ear. The audiologist told me the hearing aids I had were inadequate for my hearing loss. She asked if I had been in the military, if I had ever been in a war zone, and if I’d ever been exposed to loud noises. I said yes. She herself wore hearing aids and used to work at the Tucson VA. She told me to contact the VA and look into better hearing aids and partial disability.

    At this point, I’m not sure where to start and I’m looking for direction. Please advise me where to go from here.

    1. Jerry, Are you getting any benifits from the VA? I thought that there was something about blue water sailors and you could get benifits from the VA. Go Check it out with the VA. I was in country in 72′ and finally filed for VA benifits in 2016. The VA has me covered and I also filed for tinnitus and ptsd and was awarded a disability rating. You went to war for your country and got damaged in the process. The country is finally doing the right thing and taking better care of the Vietnam era vets.

  2. Why is this sight so hard to log into, I have got to change my user name and password every time I try to login

  3. I cannot get on to my account. The portion for my login id and password does not allow me to type in those fields. Need to re-order my prescription

  4. GO TO NEAREST VA MEDICAL CENTER , FILL OUT FORMS, AND ASK FOR HEARING EXAM. THAT’S YOUR START. IT TOOK ME 17 YEARS STRUGGLING WITH VA CLERKS, BUT NOW AM 100% DISABLED AND GOT SOME GREAT HEARING AIDS.

  5. i have never asked for my benefits since leaving the Army in 1966
    thru other vets encouragements have started
    I cant seem to create a account to see about appointments or meds

  6. Seems to me that everyone trying to access their MyHealth accounts have the same problem I have had for about a year. Can’t access, can’t upgrade and just too damn complicated for any meaningful use.

  7. Your best bet is to go to the nearest VA medical center to fill out the necessary paperwork instead of screwing around online

  8. How can I get a copy of all correspondence to and from the VA? They have written wrong information and has never responded to my corrections.

  9. I lost my picture military ID after my enlistment in the Marine Corps was up. How can I received a replacement?

  10. I needed to order medication critical for my Seizures, migraines and severe nausea. Have no refills left and pharmacy has failed to forward request to my doctors.

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