Update from Wilmington VA Medical Center and it’s Community Based Outpatient Clinics in
Delaware (Kent and Sussex counties) and southern New Jersey (Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland counties)
SAVE LIVES Act: Vaccines Now Available to All Veterans and Spouses/Caregivers
The Save Lives Act of 2021 has expanded eligibility to COVID-19 vaccine for ALL Veterans, including non-enrolled Veterans, as well as some spouses and caregivers of Veterans.
How to get your COVID-19 Vaccine through Wilmington VA Medical Center:
The Wilmington VA is currently vaccinating Veterans of all ages. Please do not delay getting your vaccine.
Enrolled Veterans: Call 302-633-5200 to schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
Spouses and Caregivers of Veterans Currently Registered at Wilmington VAMC:* Report with the Veteran’s ID Card, spouse’s photo ID, marriage license and any other documentation proving eligibility with Veteran to the Enrollment and Eligibility Office at the Wilmington VAMC at 1601 Kirkwood Hwy, Wilmington, DE 19805, Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Non-enrolled Veterans (and their spouses and caregivers):* Non-enrolled Veterans as defined in the new legislation can report with photo ID and copy of DD-214 to the Enrollment and Eligibility Office at Wilmington VAMC Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Spouses of non-enrolled Veteran should bring photo ID, copy of marriage license and any other documentation proving eligibility with Veteran if they are interested in getting the vaccine.
*After registration is complete, an appointment will be scheduled at Wilmington VAMC Vaccine Clinic. Same-day appointments are available most times, but brief wait times may be encountered as we accommodate those needing vaccinations.
More information on the expanded eligibility is available on our COVID-19 webpage or call 302-633-5200.