Quality Veteran Healthcare Services & Requirements in St. Louis, Missouri
Serving our country is one of the greatest feats any individual could undergo, and when it is time, you should be able to receive quality healthcare services without having to worry about thousands of dollars in hospital bills. When you reach out to our caregivers at AmeraHealth in St. Louis, MO, we work with several healthcare agencies and government aid to give you the best healthcare services possible with little to no cost. From at-home care services to hospital bills, our team will work to make sure you get the care you deserve as a veteran.
As a veteran of our country, it is your fundamental right to receive quality healthcare services as a senior or someone affected by a disability. Unfortunately, the federal government does not provide a comprehensive health insurance package to hundreds of thousands of veterans yearly. At AmeraHealth, we are proud to offer our local veterans in St. Louis, MO, and the surrounding area the opportunity for personal care from the comfort of their homes. Whether you are a retired veteran or your spouse is a retired veteran, you and your family can receive our care when meeting our minimum requirements. Veterans deserve quality healthcare services – don’t wait any longer without getting the aid you deserve by calling our team today at (866) 828-0880.
Veteran Care Requirements
To qualify for our veteran care services, there are requirements that you or your deceased spouse must qualify to receive coverage and assistance. At AmeraHealth, we work with several veterans to give them the personalized care services they deserve to feel cared for in the comfort of their homes. Browse through the following requirements and contact us with questions you may have on the categories below:
Must Have Served During One of These Defined War Periods:
- World War II – December 7th, 1941 – December 31st, 1946
- Korean Conflict – June 27th. 1950 – January 31st, 1955
- Vietnam Era – August 5th, 1964 – May 7th, 1975 (Veterans who served February 28th, 1961 – August 5th, 1964 must-have served “in the country” [Vietnam]).
- Persian Gulf War – August 2nd, 1990 – date to be prescribed by Presidential Proclamation or law. Must have served active duty for two years or the full period of which the veteran was called for active duty.
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