• Traveling eye care pilot program launches in Wyoming

    Cheyenne VA in Wyoming has launched a pilot program to expand mobile eye care. This Technology-based Eye Care Services (TECS) program brings specialty eye care services to underserved Veterans.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Charles

    Navy Veteran Charles served in World War II. He came to VA after his eyesight began failing. The staff at the VISOR Center helped Charles continue living independently, despite his condition.

  • Groundbreaking for VA Clinic in Fort Smith, Arkansas

    New Fort Smith clinic will add eye care, audiology, laboratory and radiology services to current services. Also a computerized tomography (CT) scan in addition to X-ray technology.

  • 3 ways ophthalmologists are making a difference for Veterans

    In honor of National Eye Exam Month, we’re looking at how ophthalmologists and other eye care professionals are changing lives at VA.

  • Vets First Podcast S:1 E:3: Dr. Randy Kardon, VA Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Visual Loss

    Research plays a critical role in the treatment of Veterans. The VA Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Visual Loss is part of that role.

  • Eye care for Veterans enhanced with Dr. Maa’s program

    Dr. April Maa has helped transform eye care delivery across the VA system. A program she developed called TECS - Technology-based Eye Care Services – streamlines the process for all Veterans.

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