• Los Banos ATLAS site keeps Veterans coming back

    ATLAS site in Los Banos, California, is having a positive impact on Veterans in the community. VFW Post 2487 has had more video visits than any other ATLAS site.

  • It’s hurricane season: Add these virtual tools to your emergency plan

    VA Video Connect, My HealtheVet, and other virtual tools can help you access VA care in case of a hurricane or natural disaster.

  • VA virtual tools to support your mental health care

    Virtual visits through the VA Video Connect app and VA apps can help Veterans manage their PTSD, depression and other mental health issues.

  • 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.”

  • Virtual visits provide follow up care without trip to emergency room

    Trips to the emergency room or clinic used to be necessary for all wound care follow-ups. VA now has multiple virtual visits as an option.

  • VA allergist is Video Connect distinguished leader

    Dr. Anna Heisser, full-time allergist, is helping pioneer allergy-based virtual care. A national leader in VA Video Connect encounters.

  • 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.

  • Improving access to virtual care for homebound rural Veterans

    VA Geriatric Scholar Christy Rothermel is helping homebound and rural Veterans keep pace with VA’s rapid telehealth expansion.

  • VA telehealth makes VA care accessible to women Veterans

    Dr. Margaret Carrico (former Army Medical Corps) provides care to Women Veterans every day via telehealth and in-person visits.

  • Stay safe from COVID-19 by switching to a telehealth visit

    Avoid COVID-19 by switching your in-person appointments to VA Video Connect. Telehealth visits save you time and protect you from exposure.

  • Central Virginia Teletherapy services: “VA saved my life.”

    Central Virginia VA offers wide range of virtual services for enrolled Veterans. VA Telehealth Services since the pandemic up by 1,200%.

  • DAV state commander connects Veterans with VA telehealth

    The state commander of the Oklahoma DAV eagerly tells Veterans about the services VA offers. She knows because she and her husband use them.

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