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Veterans Affairs – Mission Act

Veterans Affairs – Mission Act
Veterans Affairs – Mission Act
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs — MISSION Act

Maxem Health Urgent Care, is proud to extend our services, to improve the health of those in our communities, to our Veterans as part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs new MISSION Act urgent care benefit.

The recent approval of the MISSION Act will allow our Veterans to access our local urgent cares without prior authorization starting on July 22, 2019, at our Maxem Health Urgent Care locations in Louisiana, and Mississippi..

Eligible Veterans will be covered for visits with Maxem Health providers for acute illness, injuries, and non-life-threatening symptoms. Our wide range of services to our Veterans, with TriWest, will include urgent care benefits such as flu-like symptoms, strep throat, minor burns, laceration repair, skin infections, diagnostic x-rays, splinting, lab testing, or medication refills.

Veterans who are enrolled in their VA Medical Center system are eligible. Maxem Health will confirm eligibility with the VAMC prior to providing services.

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