Mary Goes To Work!

Laughter is an instant vacation.

Page 3 - It Was A FULL Agenda But There Was Some Fun Time Included!

Mary be the boss! I tagged along attempting to look intelligent which took a lot of constipation on my behalf!

After three days of classes she was happy with the event and will do it again next year (plus it's a way of visiting Colleen!)

Did You Know? - What is an ophthalmologist? An ophthalmologist is a physician (M.D. or D.O.) who specializes in the medical and surgical care of the eye and visual system. Ophthalmologists have typically completed 4 years of college-level premedical education, 4 years of medical school, and 4 years of residency training.

Some ophthalmologists (like Mary) also complete 1-2 additional years of fellowship training to focus on a specific subspecialty. Ophthalmologists are licensed by a state regulatory board to practice medicine and surgery.

"Ophthalmologist" is sometimes confused with the professional titles "optometrist" and "optician". Optometrists (O.D.) are eye care providers who have completed 4 years of training at an accredited optometric college to provide primary eye care services, including vision testing as well as the diagnosis and medical treatment of some eye problems.

Optometrists are licensed by a separate state regulatory board. Opticians are technicians who are trained to dispense eyeglasses, contact lenses, and other vision aids, using prescriptions provided by ophthalmologists or optometrists. Opticians do not perform eye exams or write prescriptions.





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