NSUOCO Residency Program

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2020 NSUOCO Residents

Why Pursue a Residency?

An optometric residency will vastly increase your clinical experience and self-confidence, as well as the scope & depth of knowledge in the emphasis areas of your choosing. There is an increasing demand for residency-trained optometrists in careers within schools and colleges of optometry, referral/surgery centers, the US Department of Veterans Affairs, and more. Expand your career opportunities and marketability with post-graduate residency certification!

The relationships formed with mentors, faculty, co-residents, optometric legislative representatives, industry partners, students, ophthalmologists and other health care professionals are invaluable and often last a lifetime.

Interested in providing continuing medical education at national meetings, potentially serving as a future leader in professional optometric associations, or supervising/teaching optometry students? Would you like to pursue fellowship in the AAO or ABO Board Certification? Residencies enable opportunities like these and open doors!

Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry Residency Programs

Optometric Residencies at and affiliated with the Oklahoma College of Optometry

Residency programs are available at Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry and at external sites. Each residency program has a primarily clinical emphasis. Additional educational aspects of the programs include teaching, literature review, and research. Click the links below to learn more about each of the residencies affiliated with NSUOCO.

Primary Care NSUOCO
Optometric Management Education Program - NSUOCO
Cornea and Contact Lenses - NSUOCO
Ocular Disease/Low Vision Rehabilitation - NSUOCO
Primary Eye Care - Ocular Disease - Fayetteville VAMC
Primary Eye Care / Ocular Disease - Muskogee VAMC
Primary Eye Care / Ocular Disease - Springfield VAMC
Primary Eye Care / Ocular Disease - Amarillo VAMC
Ocular Disease/ Refractive and Ocular Surgery - BVA Edmond and nJoy Vision Oklahoma City
Ocular Disease/ Refractive and Ocular Surgery - Oklahoma Medical Eye Group
Ocular Disease/ Refractive and Ocular Surgery - Eye Care Associates Of South Tulsa
Ocular Disease/ Refractive and Ocular Surgery - Triad Eye Medical Clinic
Ocular Disease/Refractive and Ocular Surgery Clay Rhynes Eye Clinic/RGB Eye Associates
Primary Eye Care / Ocular Disease - Womack Army Medical Center

For more information about these programs, contact the director of residencies

Meet the NSUOCO Residency Director

Dr. Carolyn Majcher

 

 

 

Dr. Carolyn Majcher is a strong and experienced educator well known in the optometric community as an expert in OCT, OCT angiography, and retinal disease. She a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and a member of the Optometric Retina Society. Dr. Majcher routinely lectures nationally at the American Academy of Optometry and has presented research at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology annual and imaging conferences.

She received her Doctorate of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University and completed an ocular disease residency at the Eye Institute of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Following completion of her residency, Dr. Majcher served as Chief of the Retinal Disease Clinic and an Assistant Professor at the University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry for 8 years. In 2019 she joined the Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry as an Associate Professor and the Director of Residency Programs.