Allyson Fisher, OD, recalls that it was during a Christmas holiday while working as a cancer research scientist when she felt she wanted more from her career than laboratory research.
When Naheed Ahmad, OD, completed her optometry degree at the University of Waterloo in Canada, the push to go into an independent private practice was strong.
Susan Truong, OD, would say that she’s a spontaneous person.
In the nine years that Amy Boyer, OD, has been operating her independent practice at Walmart, she’s seen a lot of changes, and the number and impact of those changes seem to be escalating of late.
At the two locations of Amarillo Vision Specialists, the holiday season is an extra special time for giving back.
Last year, Laura Chonko, OD, HHC, FONS, became one of the first optometrists to earn a fellowship in the Ocular Nutrition Society. Outside of the office, she offers health coaching services to her community.
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