Explore Jonathan M. Wainwright VA's diverse program offerings including high quality health care and other specialty services for Veterans.
EHR Transition FAQs
As part of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ commitment to transparency and patient safety, we are proactively contacting Veterans to make sure their care was not impacted by challenges with the new electronic health record system at the Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center.
Electronic Health Record Modernization
Providing quality health care for Veterans is one of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA’s) highest priorities. To support this mission, the Jonathan M. Wainwright VA and its community-based outpatient clinics are proud to be one of the first VA medical facilities (following behind the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center) to 'go live' with VA’s new electronic health record (EHR) scheduled for late March 2022. This is a Veteran-centric approach that will better support service members as they transition from military service to Veteran status.
My VA Health
VA is here to help Veterans who are part of the Jonathan M. Wainwright VA with the new patient portal, My VA Health. Once we have gone "live", Veterans' My HealtheVet accounts will convert over to a My VA Health account.
If you have any issues after the conversion, need help, or can't find the information you’re looking for on this page, please call the My VA Health Support Line at 888-444-6982. Customer service representatives are standing by to help.
Access the patient portal: https://patientportal.myhealth.va.gov
PACT Act Toxic Exposure Screening
A toxic exposure screening supports your long-term health plan and ensures you receive informed, whole-health care. It’s a quick 5-10 minute screening to identify any potential exposures to toxins during your military service. We’ll connect you to additional resources if you have any concerns.