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The Eye & Vision Center and 10 Optical

An important part of the MCPHS experience is learning in a similar environment and on the same equipment that you’ll encounter in your professional career. As students prepare to become leaders in optometry, we provide members of the local Worcester community with comprehensive, high-quality eye care. Explore the fully functioning vision center and retail store where you’ll receive this uniquely immersive learning experience treating real patients.

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A Message from the Dean of the School of Optometry

From small class size to location, Morris Berman, OD, MS shares what makes the Doctor of Optometry program so unique.
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Meet the Faculty

At MCPHS you'll find passionate and engaged educators who are leaders in the field of Optometry.
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  • Amanda Turcotte, OD '19

    As a fourth-year student in MCPHS’s Doctor of Optometry (OD) program, Amanda Turcotte is invested in the process of learning, practicing, and perfecting her craft. Amanda started at MCPHS as a pre-optometry undergraduate student, and seven years of hard work later, she’s excited to jump into her dream career.

  • MCPHS at the AAO meeting.

    Faculty, students, and alumni from the MCPHS School of Optometry recently attended and participated in the 2018 American Academy of Optometry (AAO) Meeting.

  • The TrueTear device.

    Dr. Joseph Stamm and Dr. Louis Frank, both associate professors of optometry at the MCPHS Eye & Vision Center, are experiencing early success with a new way to treat dry eye disease.

  • Optometry student and faculty in the clinic.

    "As we look to the future, the University is fully committed to supporting the School of Optometry’s goals as we continue to strengthen the programmatic outcomes," said Caroline Zeind, Provost, in a message to the MCPHS community.