Dear Friends/Volunteers,We are looking forward to our third RAM Virginia clinic in Smyth County, Virginia May 4,5 & 6. This is held at the Mountain Empire Airport alongside 81 in Marion near Wytheville, Virginia.Thanks to all of you who have signed up and volunteered already! We still need Optometrists, Ophthalmologists, Opticians and Dentists.We see many patients over the 3 days who are in great need of our services.You can register at volunteer.ramusa.orgfor most of the rest of the clinics for the year. I am attaching the 2018 schedule as well as our most recent newsletter.I am holding block of rooms in Wytheville if any Optometrists/Ophthalmologists/
Opticians need a room for 109$ a night with a bagged breakfast. If you would like a reservation there let me know.If you are volunteering for the eycare team please let me know at email@example.comGratefully,VickiDr. Victoria Molnar Weiss, F.V.A.O.Optometrist
President of the Board of Directors for RAM (Remote Area Medical) Virginia
Vice President VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity) -VirginiaRAM (Remote Area Medical) Board of DirectorsVirginia College of Optometry Board of TrusteesBoard Academy Graduate 2016 Center for Non Profit ExcellenceKen Studer Friend of the Virginia Rural Health Association Award 2016Humanitarian of the Year VOSH International 2015Adjunct Faculty SUNY State College of OptometryRAM Virginia Vision DirectorThe Franklin Harms Society Member-VOSHUnited Way of Southwest Virginia Volunteer of the Year in Health 2015Lion’s Club Member
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VOSH/International believes in the freedom to see. Providing the gift of vision and eye health to people worldwide. We facilitate the provision and the sustainability of vision care worldwide for people who can neither afford nor obtain such care. Our goal is to increase our global impact whenever possible by supporting sustainable eye clinics, optometry schools and optometric educators in areas lacking sufficient eye care.