• New Fort Smith clinic opens for Arkansas River Valley Veterans

    New 34,000-square-foot Fort Smith clinic replaces a 19,000-square-foot location; will serve 10,000 Veterans with a variety of new services.

  • VICTORS: Caring for Veterans with significant visual impairment

    The VICTORS outpatient program represents a unique team approach to vision rehabilitation using the disciplines of optometry, ophthalmology, social work, psychology and low vision therapists.

  • VA’s New Terre Haute clinic to serve thousands

    VA hosted a “Topping Out” event for a new Terre Haute clinic and Veterans were invited to sign one of the beams in the facility. The clinic will provide many VA health care services.

  • 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.

  • Glaucoma – Why Veterans need regular eye exams

    Over two million Americans have glaucoma, including many Veterans. Here’s a look at the disease and why you should schedule an eye exam…now

  • Meet Dr. Holst – another one of VA’s top doctors

    Dr. Seth Holst believes Veterans are true heroes, and he is honored to help care for them. An ophthalmologist at VA Pittsburgh, he considers his time with VA rewarding professionally and personally.

  • Serve visually impaired Veterans as a VA optometrist

    Optometry is an essential part of VA, especially since there […]

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