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COVID-19 Vaccines for Nevada Optometrists & Staff

Optometrists and staff in Nevada are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The NOA has set up a page with up-to-date information on what you need to do to get your vaccine in Nevada. Click here for details.

Visit our COVID-19 section for the latest updates and resources including PPE.


Do you know optometry’s advocacy priorities? Learn the issues before Virtual AOA on Capitol Hill

February 17 2021
Virtual AOA on Capitol Hill, May 23-25, is open to all advocacy-minded doctors, optometry students and paraoptometrics. Learn the issues and get involved at optometry’s premier advocacy event.

Ohio activates eligible doctors for COVID-19 vaccine administration, AOA focuses new relief efforts

February 11 2021
As AOA advocates in new federal relief legislation and recognition of optometry’s ability to support the U.S. COVID-19 vaccine campaign, Ohio calls on volunteer doctors of optometry to assist.

Congress, President Biden asked to activate optometry for COVID-19 vaccination response

February 02 2021
As AOA encourages federal recognition of optometry as COVID-19 vaccinators, doctors can access new COVID-19 vaccinator resources, information and guidance with an upcoming #AskAOA webinar.

President Biden extends AOA-, AOSA-backed federal student loan relief through September

January 20 2021
With a stroke of a pen, new President Joe Biden extended the moratorium on repayment of federal student loans through Sept. 30, 2021. With the average optometry student’s loan debt at graduation being close to $200,000, the AOA and the American Optometric Student Association (AOSA) are working to ensure concerns of students and doctors of optometry are front and center.

Public Health

Community Health Centers partnering with the National Association of Community Health Centers, the AOA is working to improve access to eye and vision care services.

Healthy Eyes Healthy Children Community Grants provide funding for activities which focus on increasing the outreach of vision services to communities, families, schools, and the medical community with special attention to underserved children.

InfantSEE affords one-time, comprehensive assessment at no cost for infants in their first year of life.

Optometry Cares mission is to expand eye health and vision care access to everyone in the U.S. to enhance human performance and quality of life.

Optometric Disaster Relief Fund offers optometrists financial assistance for damages incurred from natural disasters.

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Click on this link or text 702.620.4040 to securely donate online to the Nevada Optometric PAC.

The NOA PAC is a separate fundraising organization that works with the Nevada Optometric Association.

The NOA PAC contributes to caucuses and campaigns of legislators and candidates for the Nevada Legislature who support Optometry and our role as primary eye care providers.

Thank you to our current NOA PAC Donors.