UHCO's community clinics have been established since the 1980's providing over 23,000 Texans a year comprehensive eye care. Thanks to the efforts, through the years, of Pat Segu, OD, '92; Joe DeLoach, OD, '81; Marcus Gonzales, OD, '06; Jennifer Deakins, OD, '10; Zanna Krouch, OD, '09; Susana Moreno, OD, '14; Nancy George, OD, '81; Lloyd Pate, OD, '86; and Jennifer Garza, OD, '13; our community clinics have allowed UHCO to increase the number of externs, the number of patients seen annually, and engaged more with communities for a healthier tomorrow. Our community clinics are carrying out our mission which is Enhancing Vision for Life.
To better serve the diverse population of Houston, UHCO created a unique partnership, in 2014, with the Asian American Health Coalition, dba HOPE Clinic, to provide eye care to Houston's growing Asian community.
Roger L Boltz, OD, ’72, PhD, ’78, FAAO recently received the 2018 UHCO Alumnus of the Year award at the college’s graduation ceremony held on May 12, 2018. In his brief address to graduates, Dr. Boltz said as they enter the profession, patients will view them as being knowledgeable, skilled and competent.
“And, people who know you will think of you as an optometrist who is intelligent, trustworthy and ethical. I wish you all a happy life.” he said.
May 15, 2018
UHCO Commencement - Class of 2018!
UHCO held commencement on May 12, 2018 for the Class of 2018. Congratulations to the new 101 graduates on achieving their dream of becoming Doctors of Optometry. UHCO is proud to call them alumni and honored to have been part of the journey.
With the completion of the new Health and Biomedical Sciences Building II (HBSB), the University Eye Institute patient parking lot has relocated. Formerly, the patient parking lot was located in the Welcome Center Garage across the street on the other side of Calhoun Drive.
Parking in the new lot will still be validated and free for all UEI patients.
While we acknowledge that changing parking lots may be an inconvenience for you, we are excited for our new parking lot because it will be closer and safer for all. You will no longer need to cross Calhoun Road and can now access the building entrance directly from the new lot.