Congratulations to the following alumni who are now Fellows of the American Academy of Optometry. They were inducted in October at the Academy’s annual meeting.
On November 1 and 2, the Elkins Park campus hosted 395 optometrists who came to attend continuing education (CE) seminars.
Salus University president emeritus, Thomas L. Lewis, OD, PhD, FAAO, has been named a “Pioneer in Optometry” by Primary Care Optometry News in their October 7 issue.
Over the next few days, the Philadelphia area may attract as many as two million people, who are coming for the opportunity to see Pope Francis.
The papal visit is prompting federal and local officials to implement security measures to help control crowds, traffic and transit.
In order to promote continuing competence in licensed optometrists, the profession’s regulatory board requires a minimum of continuing education (CE) hours each year. PCO and now Salus have offered outstanding continuing education for practitioners for a great number of years...