Masks: Only surgical style masks are allowed inside of the Medical Center. Masks are available at patient entrances if they are needed.
COVID-19 vaccines: All Veterans, spouses and caregivers can get a COVID-19 vaccine at VA by appointment or walk-in clinic. Visit our vaccine information page
To clarify, we care for many Veterans who are hard of hearing, mildly forgetful, anxious, etc., who prefer to bring a spouse to their medical appointments as a "second set of ears." We are not able to continue to allow these visitors into the building. We ask that care teams consider allowing the Veteran to "phone in" their spouse/friend/caregiver to participate during the appointment as needed telephonically. This will feel like a big change to both our care teams and our Veterans, but it is necessary at this time to reduce the number of people in the medical center for everyone's safety.
Manchester VA Medical Center’s Urgent Care will be closed this weekend from 4:30 pm Friday, January 14, 2022 through Monday, January 17, 2022. It will reopen Tuesday, January 18 at 8:00 am in our new Urgent Care Center. If you need urgent care through the weekend, please visit www.va.gov to find an in-network urgent care location near you. This temporary closure is to allow us to move into our new Urgent Care Center. Thank you for your patience.