Drs. Thompson and Servi hosted several Medical College of Wisconsin students today in clinic to instruct them on ocular tests and exams. The students got a glimpse of what a career in ophthalmology/optometry entails. Tower Clock Eye Center is proud and honored to partner with MCW to assist in the training of future physicians.
“It’s a good opportunity to show these students what is involved in being an eye doctor,” Dr. Michael Servi said. “It’s good to give back.”
The students were instructed on the many diseases eye physicians see, as well as a battery of tests often performed to diagnose eye conditions and disease. It was a laid-back, fun atmosphere for the students – and for the instructors, as can be seen with Dr. Matthew Thompson not in his customary tie.
Tower Clock Eye Center has partnered with the Medical College of Wisconsin for several years for this program.
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