Demand for ophthalmic technicians alone is expected to increase 29% over the next six years. Recognizing those needs, Community College of Philadelphia and Salus University have partnered to bring an innovative Ophthalmic Technician Proficiency Certificate Program to Philadelphia.
As a member of Salus University’s inaugural physician assistant class with an undergraduate degree in athletic training from West Chester University, Christine (Wilson) McAndrew, MMS ’09, PA-C, wanted to specialize in orthopedics after graduation.
On Thursday, May 26, graduates, families and friends arrived at the Kimmel Center for the University's 110th commencement.
The first annual Salus University Resident’s Day held on May 19 and 20 was a great success. Attendees gathered for a two-day COPE approved event in which The Eye Institute residents presented unique clinical cases in a grand rounds format to Salus University faculty and residency program supervisors.
On June 30, William Monaco, OD, PhD, FAAO, will retire as associate dean for Graduate Programs in Biomedicine and associate director for Public Health programs.