Hello to my Veterans who read this website… Lifejustiz®,
If you are an enrolled veteran and receiving medical treatments at a VA facility I strongly urge you to find out about the instant access to medical information on all appointments, tests, and other items of importance to you. Plus, you will receive more than VA Medical Information but be able to get much more access and knowledge to other benefits you have as Veterans.
Note: You will be required to have a username and create a simple ID for signing in…Call or visit the VA center near you to get the access. It is painless, believe me. Just Click on this website: www.myhealth.va.gov and take the little trip on that website. This assumes that you know how to use your computer. But, you will not have to be an expert, but that is the beginning. Perhaps a family member can help you get started or even help you find what you need.
I just got started using the VA Health service cited above. Being the editor of this little blog or newspaper, I want to help you and your family assist you, if you need that help…One of the greatest uses is filling prescritpions and finding out the names, doseages, and dates to renew…once click will get a reorder placed and delivered.
Please leave a comment below if I can help you…but believe me, when you get on the website or have someone get you there, it will be a wonderful way to appreciate what great benefits the taxpayers have provided for all of us who served them in the military…good luck, and stay tuned for more news….I think I will put up a special category pertaining to Vets….what do you think? jackg (USMC)
For those computer buffs and users please click on this orange icon for getting Veterans information automatically mailed to your computer…Just sign up and it is absolutely free….jg
RSS Feeds You will be able to create this feed after signing up. Maybe, I did not test because I am signed up already..to create this icon and log in automatically to the site once you add the feed to your Internet Browser ( Internet Explorer for me)
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Created for Veterans and their family by: jackg editor of Lifejustiz®