How much does it cost for VA medical benefits?
Under normal VA medical benefit programs, a veteran with no service-connected disabilities is required to make a copay payment for medical services currently of $15 or $0 (example: flu shots) per physician outpatient visit, $50 for specialist care and services, and $8 per 30-day supply for medications prescribed or approved by a VA medical facility. In certain income situations, the VA may waive these fees. If the veteran has a service-connected disability these fees may be waived.

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1. Am I eligible for Veterans Affairs (VA) medical benefits?
2. How much does it cost for VA medical benefits?
3. I can't find my discharge papers to apply for benefits. What should I do?
4. I kind of messed up when I was in the military, and I did not get an honorable discharge. Can I still get VA benefits?
5. I was in Vietnam and was exposed to Agent Orange and may have health problems. What should I do?
6. Is my wife eligible for medical benefits?
7. My husband died recently and was a veteran. As his surviving wife, can I get a VA pension?
8. Where is the nearest VA medical facility?