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Phyllis Rakow inducted into the National Academy of Opticianry’s Hall of Fame

Phyllis Rakow, our Director of Contact Lens Services, was inducted into the
National Academy of Opticianry‘s Hall of Fame! She was inducted at Vision Expo East in New York City on March 23. Phyllis is certified as an Ophthalmic Medical Technologist and Master of Contact Lens Technology and was honored for her contributions as a speaker, author, and educator in the field of contact lenses.

She also recently celebrated her 20th anniversary with Princeton Eye Group. We couldn’t be prouder of Phyllis and all of her achievements!

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Phyllis Rakow Selected for the National Academy of Opticianry Hall of Fame

We are excited to announce that Princeton Eye Group’s very own Phyllis Rakow, COMT, is being recognized yet again for her outstanding contributions in her field of eye care.

The National Academy of Opticianry will be inducting her into their Hall of Fame at the upcoming Vision Expo East meeting this spring. Here’s a page from the NAO newsletter.

phyllis rakow NAO hall of fame

A well deserved honor. Congratulations Phyllis!

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Mission Work in Belize

Dr. Michael Wong and Annice Bacsik are back on the mission wagon. They traveled last week to Belize City, Belize, and worked with compassion from sunrise till sunset. Together they removed dozens of the world’s most difficult cataracts, restoring sight to their grateful patients. The Princeton Eye Group is now celebrating their safe return home with gratitude.

From Dr. Wong: 

“It was wonderful to go to Belize City to take care of their indigent who needed cataract surgery. What made this trip extra special was that we brought along Lucas Bonafede, a senior resident from Wills Eye Hospital, the nation’s no. 1 residency program, to teach him the “low tech” ways which were required to help them using the rudimentary equipment they have. But of course, what matters most is that we truly cured blindness in 45 patients. These patients’ cases were as bad as I’ve ever seen. Completely blind. All did well.”

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