When Melissa Viker, OD, heard that a new Walmart store was opening in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, she considered how many potential patients walked through the store every day.
When it came time to retire from the U.S. Army, Lieutenant Colonel Jennifer Camp, OD, chose to shift her career to work as an optometrist in a Sam’s Club.
‘Twas the Sight Before Christmas, when all through the store, patients will be stirring much earlier than the norm.
When Glenda Aleman Moheeputh, OD, was attending a meeting of orthokeratology practitioners, her colleagues seemed skeptical that she could provide ortho-k services in an independent practice inside a
For Channing Wells, OD, pushing herself to work was the strategy that helped her heal after the shocking news that her husband, Deputy U.S. Marshal Josie Wells, had been shot and killed on the job.
Allison Brewer, OD, just wasn’t finding the right fit after her 2016 graduation from Northeastern State University, Oklahoma College of Optometry.
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