OUC’s response to a subpoena that requests “all records for a 911 call” or for “all 911 records related” to a police, fire or medical emergency event will include only audio recordings of 911 calls and the Event Chronology. The best information to assist OUC in locating a 911 call is listed below.
Yes, we cover emergency care. In fact, emergency care is covered 24 hours a day, seven days a week – anywhere in the world. Generally speaking, an emergency is a situation in which you could reasonably expect that the absence of immediate medical attention could result in serious jeopardy to your health, or if you are a pregnant woman, to the health of your unborn child.
Your situation is an emergency if you believe your life or health is in danger. If I believe my life or health is in danger, do I need to call the VA before I call for an ambulance or go to an emergency room? No. Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room right away. When should I contact the VA regarding an emergency room visit?