My Healthevet (MHV) | VA Cheyenne Health Care – Veterans Affairs

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Your My HealtheVet coordinator can help you start using the VA online portal to manage your appointments and records, refill prescriptions, view your lab and test results and communicate with your health care team.
Step 1: Create an account: 
Step 2: Save your username and password
Step 3: Get a premium account (there are two different options for setting up a premium account, see instructions below)
(Note: The 'Upgrade' button does not upgrade your account automatically. All the steps listed below must be followed.)
* This is a trusted VA partner that meets the U.S. requirements for online identity proofing and authentication. You can register using your email address, or with a Facebook, Google, or LinkedIn account. Once you have an account, you can easily upgrade your My HealtheVet account to Premium.
You can get a My HealtheVet Premium account in person at a VA health care facility where you're registered as a patient. You'll need to bring a government-issued photo ID. This can be either your Veteran Health Identification Card or a valid driver’s license.
Note: If your primary ID information does not match your official VA medical record, bring a secondary card such as your social security card.
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Questions? Please call your local My Healthevet (MHV) Coordinator at 307-778-7550, extension 7031.
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