CGVAMC Now taking COVID-19 vaccine appointments for next week
ASHEVILLE, NC – Charles George VA Medical Center in Asheville is now taking vaccine appointments for March 23, 24, and 25.
The Medical Center is offering Pfizer vaccines for enrolled and eligible Veterans aged 50 and older.
The criteria to receive the COVID-19 has been expanded and includes all enrolled Veterans of any age with any of the following conditions: overweight or dealing with obesity with a body mass index of 25 or more. It also includes any Veteran with cancer, on dialysis, or with history of lung disease.
We are also offering the vaccine to Veterans of any age who are front line or essential workers who are enrolled and eligible for health care at WNC VA Health Care System.
- Police Officers
- Corrections Officers
- Food and Agricultural workers
- U.S. Postal Service workers
- Manufacturing workers
- Grocery Store workers
- Public Transit workers;
- Teachers and support staff
- Childcare workers
- Transportation and Logistics
- Water and Wastewater
- Food service
- Shelter and Housing construction
- Bank Tellers
- Information Technology and Communications
- Public Safety
- Engineers and Public Health workers
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Macon County Veterans Services
Macon County Veterans Service Office provides unsurpassed personalized service to veterans and their dependents in obtaining VA benefits. All services are provided without charge by VA Accredited Representatives.
Strictly controlled confidentiality is maintained at all times under penalty of law. Service Officers are required to be knowledgeable in federal, state, and local laws pertaining to veterans and their dependents. This office is committed to providing innovative services and programs to meet the new and expanding requirements of an aging veterans’ population, and those veterans returning from recent wars with new and sometimes unknown disabilities.
Assistance in the following areas is provided daily:
- Compensation for service-connected disabilities
- Pension for non-service-connected disabilities
- Compensation to dependents for service-connected deaths
- Pension to dependents for non-service-connected deaths
- Burial benefits
- Federal grave markers
- Life insurance
- Education and vocational rehabilitation
- Home loan certificates
- VA hospital enrollment
- Military records corrections
- Obtaining military records, discharges, medals, and awards
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