Student Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity

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Student Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (SVOSH) is a student organization devoted to prevention and treatment of vision care needs in impoverished areas. The primary mission of SVOSH International is to facilitate the provision of vision care worldwide to people who can neither afford nor obtain such care.

Each year we take a week-long trip to Roatan, Honduras to provide eye exams to that community. Throughout the year, we organize fundraisers to raise money for the trip.

Bedlam Clinic

The OU Bedlam Community Health Center located in Tulsa, OK is an indigent clinic where Optometry students and faculty have the opportunity to serve the community and provide eye exams to a predominantly Diabetic population on a monthly basis. Faculty and students also serve at community health fair days such as the biannual "Hispanic Health Fair Day" put on by OSU Center for Resilience.

Chairman / Coordinator: Jeremy Wiggins