• With telehealth, Veterans can access care when and where they need it

    Telehealth brings VA care directly to Veterans. Here are a few ways that Veterans can use telehealth to connect with their VA care teams.

  • VA careers defy distance to offer health care to rural Veterans

    Rural Veterans make up nearly a quarter of those who have served our country, and it’s our duty to make sure they have access to the care they need.

  • Connected Care Help Desk hits milestone

    VA celebrates the Office of Connected Care Help Desk achievement of providing telehealth tech support to 1 million Veterans and providers.

  • Youth volunteer distributes smart devices to Veterans

    18-year-old volunteer co-founded TeleHealth Access for Seniors, nonprofit organization that supports seniors’ access to virtual health care through smart phones.

  • Telehealth helps Veteran better care for her son

    Navy Veteran Rosie Glenn uses telehealth to get back more time in her day to care for her son. “Don’t know why I didn’t use telehealth sooner.”

  • VA investment in telehealth adds up to job opportunities for you

    From health care to IT, VA careers make telehealth options accessible to millions of Veterans.

  • Helping transgender Veterans find their voice

    For Veterans in gender transition, finding their voice can be enhanced with the help of specially trained speech-language pathologists.

  • #VADidThat: TeleOncology, Veterans and cancer care

    VA’s National TeleOncology allows Veterans to receive world-class oncology care and services, regardless of where they live.

  • The National TeleOncology Service is hiring. Apply today!

    National TeleOncology Service is looking for talented academic hematologists or oncologists who are licensed to practice in the United States

  • VA TeleEye provides specialty care to Veterans nationwide

    TeleEye enables Veterans to receive eye care remotely at their primary care doctor’s office. Read this blog for the steps that follow.

  • Telehealth hub in Boise to serve thousands of rural Veterans

    Boise's new Clinical Resource Hub provides space for VA staff to treat Veterans via telehealth and a training space for staff and students.

  • Video Blood Pressure Visits a virtual alternative

    The Video Blood Pressure Visits program offers Veterans a virtual alternative to in-person blood pressure follow-up evaluations.

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