Roger Juarez, O.D.
Telephone: (623) 937-1655
The Primary Care Optometry Residency Program at The Vision Center of West Phoenix (TVC) seeks to attract highly qualified optometric graduates to receive advanced clinical training in primary care (comprehensive vision exams) and medical eye exams (ocular disease diagnosis and management). The residency program incorporates patient care of a minority community with didactic education, scholarly activity, direct interaction with other health care providers, and community service. These residency components promote advanced skills and knowledge in primary eye care. Residents completing the program will gain the necessary experience to pursue primary care professional opportunities requiring an advanced level of training.
Patient care includes approximately 25% medical eye exams with 5% specialty services and 70% comprehensive vision exams. Patients range from children to geriatric with a large percentage of minority patients.
Residents should be interested in advancing their level of care and looking for a leadership role in a minority community.
Accredited by the Accreditation Council on Optometric Education, 243 N. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63141, 314-991-4100.
Direct patient care, clinic attending, didactic (case review conferences, continuing education, self-study time), and scholarship activities. Lead discussion of clinical peer-reviewed publications with optometric interns.
Limited interaction with optometric interns.
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