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Independent Practice Owner Receives Great Support and Even Better Staffing

Helen Park, OD, was drawn to optometry because the profession brings together two of her passions: patient care and running a business. While she...

New Mom’s Days Made Easier, Even With a Newborn

When Paulina Hor, OD, (pronounced “Or”) had her first child—a baby girl—in September 2022, she expected her days to get even more hectic. Instead,...

Independent Optometrist Still Happy After Almost 30 Years

Despite having opportunities to practice elsewhere, Dr. Beth Esposito chose to spend her career next to  Walmart When Beth Esposito, OD, first became an optometrist,...

Graduating During the Pandemic Was Hard; How One OD’s Journey Was...

Many new grads have their plates full; their days may be spent navigating the job field, making network connections and deciding exactly how they...

Dr. Whitney Territo: Finding Support in Pursuing Private Practice Goals

Acquiring a turnkey independent practice has allowed Whitney Territo, OD, and her husband and co-owner John Manard, OD, to focus on growth and enhancing...

Do First-generation ODs Tend to Gravitate Toward Corporate Settings?

By Maria Sampalis, OD, Warwick, Rhode Island, and Founder, corporateoptometry.com First-generation professionals are people who are the first of their families to enter a professional...

Messages Lead to Mentorship

Inna Lazar, OD, of Old Greenwich, Connecticut, doesn’t shy away from reaching out when she sees a good opportunity to expand her expertise.

#WOStrong: Life, Interrupted

No one had a game plan for a disruption of this scale... yet it's shown us how to appreciate the little things that mean the most.

#WOStrong: A Whole New World

This wasn't the script for the year of eye care. But the ending hasn't been written. Watch this brief video from your colleagues.

Sew Involved

When Cheryl Murphy, OD, of Northport, New York, stopped working due to the COVID-19 closures, she decided to dust off the sewing machine she got when she was in middle school.
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