Montana Vets Claim They’re Experiencing Longer Wait Times for VA Care

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As the depth of the VA scandal continues to emerge, news station KECI reports Montana vets are experiencing longer wait times to obtain an appointment.

KECI reports:

Accredited claims agent Matthew Getz said he has seen a gradual increase in the periods of time veterans have to wait for non-emergency medical appointments.

He said a month or two ago, the normal wait time would be 30 days.

“That’s begun shifting to the 60 day time frame,” said Getz. “In the past week I’ve had a half dozen clients who have shown me their appointment schedule letters for appointments being scheduled up to 90 days out.”

 

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