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Virginia's Voice for Ophthalmology

Our member physicians advocate for the public’s direct access to high-quality vision care through education, advocacy and community service. We are committed to increasing public awareness that eye disease and blindness can be reduced through prevention, early detection, and treatment.

Call for Abstracts

Interested in contributing to the collective knowledge of Virginia's ophthalmology community? We're now accepting abstracts for the 2024 Scientific Forum, June 7-8 in Richmond. Contact for details.

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Virtual Codequest, March 2024

VSPES is partnering with the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Codequest virtual course taking place on Monday, March 25, 2024. Earn up to 4 credits of General CME. Details and Register.


New AAO Councilor

VSEPS has appointed Daniel Drysdale, MD to serve as an American Academy of Ophthalmology councilor. Our thanks to Alan Wagner, MD, who served as AAO councilor since 2018.


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Recognize a Young Ophthalmologist

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2024 Artemis Award, which recognizes a young ophthalmologist who has demonstrated caring and service of an exemplary degree to his/ her patients. above and beyond what is required or expected. Application deadline is March 1.

Drs. Netland, McCole and KapoorBe Part of the Community

YOU ARE the voice of VSEPS. Join your community of colleagues for knowledge sharing, networking, and collaboration. Your colleagues understand the challenges you face. Enjoy the camaraderie as we work together for solutions. Led by physicians for physicians.

2024 Scientific Forum: June 7-8

Join ophthalmologists from across the Commonwealth at the VSEPS 2024 Scientific Forum, June 7-8 in Richmond. Connect with peers, mentors, and industry leaders during interactive sessions, panel discussions, and social events.

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