Sheridan VA Medical Center
Schedule a VA Appointment
There are many ways for Veterans to make health care appointments.
- If you don’t have VA health care benefits, you can apply now. Apply for VA health care.
- If you’re having a medical emergency, please call 911 or call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255, then press 1.
Schedule an Appointment
Follow the instructions on this page on how to make an appointment by phone at this facility.
VA now offers online appointment scheduling for some appointments. We hope to expand the number of VA facilities and types of appointments in the future.
If you have VA health care benefits, you can schedule your VA primary care appointments online if you:
- Are scheduling your appointment with a VA medical facility that accepts online scheduling, and
- Have had a primary care appointment at that VA facility within the last 2 years, and
- Have a My HealtheVet Premium account or DS Logon Premium account (used for eBenefits and milConnect)
With your online account, you’ll also be able to:
- Track the status of requests
- Send messages about requested appointments
- Get notifications about appointments
- Cancel appointments
Upgrade your Existing Accounts
At the Sheridan VAMC, we want to make getting an appointment easy for you. Call PACT Team if you need to make an appointment at the Medical Center or if you need to talk to a nurse. Call you PACT Team or 1-866-822-6714 (Monday - Friday except Holidays, 7:30am-4pm)
If you have received a letter stating that you need to make an appointment, please call the phone number provided in the letter.
Changing Your Appointment
If you cannot keep an existing appointment, please contact us as soon as you are aware you cannot make your appointment. This will allow us to reschedule you sooner as well as schedule one of your fellow veterans for the original appointment date and time.
Who to Call*
*If you have an emergency call 911
|Medical Center Clinics in Sheridan||Contact Information|
For all Medical Center Clinics Call 1-866-822-6714 then the following extensions
|Morbid obesity - MOVE Program||3927|
|Pulmonary disorders - Respiratory Therapy||3043|
|Warfarin Clinic - anticoagulation therapy||3180|
|Enterostomal (wound and skin care)||3036|
|Extended Care and Rehabilitation|
|Mountain View Living Center||3343/3441|
|Spinal Cord Injury||3307|
|Traumatic Brain Injury||3383|
|Mental Health Clinics|
|Domiciliary Residential Treatment Program for Homeless Veterans||3864|
|Health Care for Homeless Veterans||3823|
|Mental Health Intensive Case Management||3313|
|Outpatient Mental Health (schizophrenia, psychotic disorders, mood and anxiety disorders)||3211|
|Post-Traumatic Stress Recovery||3312/3638|
|Inpatient Psychiatric Care||3211|
|Psychiatry Urgent Care Assessment, Consultation, Crisis||3211|
Information to Help You Decide about Where to Receive Your Care
VA has a regularly updated Access to Care website that provides useful information that can help you to decide the best VA location for you to receive your care. Before making an appointment, you can find out the following information for a VA location:
- Wait times for primary care, mental health, and some of the commonest specialties
- If same day services are available in primary care and mental health
- If Telehealth is available in primary care and mental health
- If it has an emergency room
- Facility contact information
- Veteran satisfaction scores
- Quality information comparing each VA and local area non-VA healthcare facilities
VA is committed to give Veterans the access to care they need, when they need it. When you’re planning your care at VA, you can rely on us to give you the information you need to make informed health care decisions.