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    Veteran Services

    Contact Us:

    Phone: (937) 225-4801 
    Fax: (937) 225-4854

    E-mail: veteransinfo@mcohio.org

    Location:
    4th Floor, East Medical Plaza
    627 Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
    Dayton, OH 45417

    Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

    Herbert Davis, Executive Director 


    NOTICE: E-Mail Scam

    If you have received an e-mail from a non-VA email account asking to click a link to confirm your interest in a secure exchange of medical records, it is a scam. 

    This is to inform you of several reports that Veterans have received an email from a non-VA email account,  requesting that they click a link to confirm their interest in a secure exchange of medical records.  These emails are NOT being generated by VA or My HealtheVet.  The message is designed to look like it came from My HealtheVet so that the Veteran will be tricked into clicking the link. VHA Security teams are aware of this issue and are working to inform Veterans and law enforcement about these events.

    PLEASE BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR COMPLAINTS OR CONCERNS ABOUT THE RECIEPT OF MESSAGES ASKING THE VETERAN TO CLICK A LINK OR RESPOND TO AN EMAIL  OR QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS ABOUT THE INTEGRITY OF THE VETERAN’S EMAIL ADDRESS.  IF YOU GET NOTICE OF ANY ACTIVITY THAT MEETS THESE DESCRIPTIONS, TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS:

      • Contact Naomi Cayson, My HealtheVet Coordinator at (937) 268-6511, Ext. 1114 or Naomi.cayson@va.gov
      • Inform the Veteran to NOT open the message, but NOT delete it until VA has a copy with the embedded links in the message
      • If a Veteran or a family member reports that they clicked on the link of a “bogus” email, it is recommended they update and run their anti-virus, anti-Malware, anti-spyware program and change their passwords.

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