Register for care
Register to get care at one of our VA Albany health care facilities. Not yet enrolled in VA health care? We can help you apply in person or get started online.
Patient registration (admissions)
Whether you moved and need to change your medical center or need a primary care provider in the area, we can help. Call us or visit one of our patient registration offices to get started.
Albany Stratton VA Business Office (Eligibility)
Bainbridge VA Clinic
Bainbridge VA Clinic607-967-8590
Catskill VA Clinic
Catskill VA Clinic518-626-5240
Clifton Park VA Clinic
Clifton Park VA Clinic518-383-8506
Fonda VA Clinic
Clifton Park VA Clinic518-853-1247x 65232
Glens Falls VA Clinic
Glens Falls VA Clinic518-798-6066
Kingston VA Clinic
Kingston VA Clinic845-331-8322
Plattsburgh VA Clinic
Plattsburgh VA Clinic518-561-6247
Saranac Lake VA Clinic
Saranac Lake VA Clinic518-626-5237
Schenectady VA Clinic
Schenectady VA Clinic518-346-3334
Westport VA Clinic
Westport VA Clinic518-626-5236x 62700; 62701
Not yet enrolled in VA health care?
You need to be enrolled in VA health care before you can make appointments and receive care with us.
Apply online, by phone, or by mail
We’ll walk you through how to get started. You can apply at your own pace, and save your application and go back to it when it’s convenient for you.
Apply in person
We can help answer any questions you may have. We can also accept your completed application at our patient registration office for processing.
Fill out an Application for Health Care Benefits (VA Form 10-10EZ). Bring your completed application to one of our patient registration offices.
What to bring with your health care application
To get a faster decision on your application, bring these documents and information with you:
- Copies of your DD214 or other discharge documents
- Copies of any VA disability award letters you may have
- Your income information from the previous calendar year, if you have a 0% VA disability rating or if you’re a non-service-connected Veteran
- Copies of your current ID cards for any other types of health coverage you may have (like Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, or private health insurance)