VASNHCS clinics to remain open on Friday, June 18. Some VASNHCS administrative offices will be closed because of the Juneteenth holiday. However, all clinics will remain open to ensure Veterans have timely access to health care. Veterans are encouraged to keep their appointments. More Details
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.
Prepare for a visit: Everyone entering our facilities is screened, and visitors are limited. Face coverings are mandatory. For some needs, you may be able to get care at home by phone or video.
For the latest coronavirus information: Visit the CDC website.
Visiting the VA Medical Center
At VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System, safety is more than a checklist; it’s part of our culture and the foundation of everything we do. We want you to feel confident knowing your safety and well-being remain our number one priority.
- Enter through the Main entrance or Specialty Clinic for routine care.
- Enter through the Emergency Department for emergent care.
- Everyone entering is screened for COVID-19 symptoms, including health care team members.You may use the VA Digital COVID-19 Screening tool by texting "Screen" to 53079.
- Everyone is required to wear a face mask or covering at all times.
- Veterans may bring one family member or caregiver with them to an appointment.
- Children 2+ years old must wear a face covering. Children must always stay with the adult.
- Inpatient visitation is currently on pause.
- All patient care rooms, common areas and high-touch surfaces in the medical center are frequently sanitized and disinfected.
- Please use available hand sanitizers and wash hands frequently.
- Practice physical distancing throughout our facilities. Observe signs, floor markers and spaced seating in waiting areas.
- No food or drink allowed in waiting areas.
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