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  • Doing the work of Optometry Giving Sight

    During the past year I have enjoyed the opportunity to work more closely with an amazing charity, Optometry Giving Sight. Through my affiliation with Vision Source, I was selected to participate in a mentorship training program for optometrists in Tanzania. If are a patient at my office, you have undoubtedly heard me speak passionately about […]

    Continue Reading July 15, 2011

  • Giving Back

    At Front Range Eye Associates, we are blessed to be able to care for our community members every day. Most of the people in our community are well educated, well fed, and well funded and well…..well they are just plain nice people. However, we are also extremely lucky to be able to care for others, […]

    Continue Reading April 27, 2009

  • Healthy Eyes, Healthy People

    I am sitting in Lambert Airport in St.Louis after attending the American Optometric Association‘s¬† Healthy Eyes, Healthy People Consultants Meeting. What a rush! It is so great to know that the industry and its corporate sponsors have come together to fund programs to serve underserved populations & ¬†increase awareness about vision and eye health issues. […]

    Continue Reading January 25, 2009