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Neuro-Optometry and Vision Rehabilitation Program

Mission

The mission of the Womack Army Medical Center (WAMC) Vision Rehabilitation (Brain Injury Rehabilitation) Residency Program is to provide advanced clinical training for military Optometrists in the diagnosis, treatment and vision rehabilitation of patients with acquired brain injury (ABI) in a multidisciplinary hospital-based setting while enhancing traditional primary and acute eye care. In addition, the program strives to provide advanced levels of didactic and scholarly activities to prepare residents for leadership roles within the Optometric profession.

  • Program Overview
    • This 12-month program provides United States (U.S.)  Army Optometrists with advanced clinical training in diagnosis, treatment and vision rehabilitation of patients with acquired brain injury (ABI). This program is available to active duty Army Optometrists and recent graduates with an obligated commitment to the U.S. Army. Residents will be members of a hospital-based multi-disciplinary health care team. Emphasis is placed upon the interdisciplinary approach to assess and manage patients with oculomotor as well as ocular health conditions resulting from ABI.

  • Program Curriculum
  • PROSPECTIVE APPLICANTS

Contact Us

Phone

Program Coordinator   
1-910-643-2048

Email

DME Email

Location

2817 Reilly Road
Fort Bragg, NC 28310

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