MCW Students learn from Tower Clock Eye Center physicians

Several Medical College of Wisconsin students visited Tower Clock Eye Center to learn about eye anatomy and administer basic eye exams. Our doctors gave students special insight into entering the field of optometry and ophthalmology.

Tower Clock Eye Center doctors have volunteered time to give instruction to MCW students for several years. We’re proud to be part of future generations of medical doctors.

Below is a photo of Dr. Matt Thompson and the group of MCW students he instructed during the session.

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