DVA funds all health services, provided under the Veterans' Entitlements Act 1986 (VEA), the Safety Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (SRCA) and the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2004 (MRCA), necessary to meet a clinical need for Gold Card holders. For White Card holders, DVA will fund those services required because of their accepted war caused or service related condition(s).
If you are one of the providers listed on this page, and you are registered with the Department of Human Services (DHS), you are automatically registered with DVA to provide health services to entitled persons.
You can find out more about how to become a DVA registered provider by visiting becoming a provider.
There are limits and restrictions that apply to some types of services.
From the following list, select your particular discipline, to go to a DVA Factsheet that describes an eligible person's entitlement to receive a referral for your services and any restrictions that may apply:
You can find the current fee schedule for your particular discipline by visiting Fee schedules.
The Notes (see the following links) define the parameters for providing health care services to entitled persons and describe the relationship between DVA, the patient and the provider. In addition to these general notes, you will find individual notes specific to your discipline.
*These notes should be read in conjunction with the notes previously provided, on this page.
Additional information is available for exercise physiologists about DVA's funding of treatment for eligible members of the veteran community.
Additional information is available about applications to supply optical dispensing services.
For online claiming enquiries please send an email to online claiming or contact DVA.
For manual claiming please send all claims for payment to:
Veterans' Affairs Processing
Department of Human Services
GPO Box 964
ADELAIDE SA 5001
Claim enquiries: 1300 550 017
For more information, contact DVA.
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