At the start of her third year of classes in 2015, Kelly Morse ’19OD began her school year as usual. She was working during her clinical rotation at The Eye Institute (TEI), the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) clinical facility, feeling a little under the weather, but still seeing patients. In just five days’ from that moment, her life was about to change drastically.
It’s October, and that means Salus University is taking on the World Sight Day Challenge once again. Every year, Optometry Giving Sight hosts the World Sight Day Challenge to raise awareness and funds to deliver vision services to those who need it most.
t home in China, Master of Science in Clinical Optometry (MSCO) graduate QingQing (Bruce) Tan ’17 is an ophthalmologist, cataract surgeon and professor at North Sichuan Medical College, but he knew there was more to learn about primary eye care.
fter eight months of coursework at the Community College of Philadelphia’s Northwest Regional Center, clinical training at The Eye Institute (TEI), Salus University’s optometric clinical facility, and externship experiences, all eight ophthalmic tech students are on track to successfully complete the program.
Salus University welcomes Drs. Stephanie Leburg and Navpreet Hehar as instructors in the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO).