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For direct online access to VA benefits and resources, create an account here.

If you need access to your own Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health records, you can do it now easily by simply clicking this link.

When you do, you’ll be asked to verify your identity as a military veteran. After that’s been done, you’ll have a number of different options that can help figure out stuff like what prescription you were taking a few years ago, or the details of a surgery you had in the past.

With the toggling of a date range, can also see records of:

Appointments

Medications

Labs & Tests

Allergies

Immunizations

Vitals & Readings

Self-reported Health History

Food and Activity Journals

Goals

Demographics and Health Insurance

Department of Defense (DoD) Information

The records can be downloaded as a text file or as a PDF.

If you need to securely message your doctors or other members of your health care team, you can do so by clicking here.