VA Medical Centers/CBOCS/Pharmacy Information
Are you eligible for VA health care?
If you served on active duty, and separated under conditions other than dishonorable, you may qualify for VA health care.
If you separated under a dishonorable discharge, visit healthcare.gov to find out if you qualify for health insurance.
If at least one of the following applies to you, you probably qualify for VA health care:
- You receive financial compensation (pay) from VA for a service-connected disability.
- You were discharged for a disability that happened or was made worse in the line of duty.
- You are a recently discharged Combat Veteran.
- You receive a VA pension.
- You are a former Prisoner of War.
- You have received a Purple Heart.
- You receive (or are eligible for) Medicaid benefits.
- You served in Vietnam between January 9, 1962, and May 7, 1975.
- You served in Southwest Asia during the Gulf War between August 2, 1990, and November 11, 1998.
- You served at least 30 days at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987.
- If none of the above apply to you, you may still qualify for care based on your income. Learn more about how the amount of money your family makes (income threshold) can affect your eligibility for VA benefits.
You need a copy of your DD214 to include with the form.
New Enrollees: VA form 10-10 EZ
Hardship considerations: Form 10-10 EZ and form 10-10HS
Prior enrollees: VA form 10-10EZR to become active again.
These forms are sometimes referred to as "Means Tests."
Forms and DD214 (If newly enrolling) needs to be send to the eligibility offices of the main hospital you will be using. Either Des Moines or Iowa City depending on where you want your primary care to be.
Iowa City VA Medical Center
601 Highway 6 West
Iowa City, Iowa 52246-2208 319-338-0581 | 800-637-0128
The (VA) Central Iowa Health Campus has become overcrowded, and has moved some of their departments to the federal building.
Iowa City Federal Building
400 South Clinton
Iowa City, Iowa 52246
Departments now in the federal building include:
· Dental clinic and dental laboratory
· Physical therapy and rehabilitation services
· Prosthetics and a prosthetics laboratory
· Education services
· Information technology (IT)
· Compensation and pension clinic (service connection doctor appointments.
VA Central Iowa Health Care 3600 30th St
Des Moines VA Medical Center
Des Moines, IA 50310
515-699-5999 | 800-294-8387
Patient Advocate - Mindi O'Kane (515) -699-5421 or 800-699-5934, Ext. 5421
Local VA Outpatient Clinics (Primary Care)
VA Central Iowa Health Care
Mason City Iowa Community-Based Outpatient Clinic
520 S. Pierce, Suite 150
Mason City, IA 50401
641-421-8077 | 800-351-4671
Decorah, IA VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic
915 Short St.
Decorah, IA 52101
Fax: Not Available
Coralville, Iowa VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic
520 10 Ave Suite 200
Coralville, IA 52441
319-358-2406 | 319-688-3365
Waterloo, Iowa VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic
945 Tower Park Drive
Waterloo, IA 50701
- MISSION ACT LETTER BEING MAILED TO VETERANS
- MISSION ACT BROCHURE
- Enhanced VA Options Under MISSION Act Brochure
- MA Letter to Veterans from Dr Stone for mailing FINAL
- MISSION Act Benefits Flier
- MISSION Act flyer
- MISSION Act Urgent Care Information
- MISSION Act Veteran Community Care Eligibility