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Metro Tech and Eye Institute Together in a New Program

Construction of a New Facility Underway at Springlake

Metro Technology Centers and the Dean A. McGee Eye Institute are offering a new program with which students can pair their studies with internships with world-renowned doctors.

“Through a premier vision care program and one-of-a-kind partnership with the eye institute, our students are destined for excellence,” said Metro Tech Supt. Bob Parrish.

“We are working hand in hand with a national leader to offer full time, evening and continuing education opportunities for eye care professionals.”

The Eye Care Technologies program will take place in the Metro Tech Health Careers Center, currently under construction at the Springlake campus.

Participating in an event at the construction site was:

• Garyl G. Geist, executive vice president of the institute;

• Metro Tech supt. Bob Parrish;

• Shannon Robison, instructor of vision care technologies at Metro Tech;

• Jim A. Durbin, executive director of development at the Dean McGee Eye Institute; and

• Gregory L. Skuta, M.D., president of the institute.

Metro Tech students will have the opportunity to pair their studies with clinical internships under the instruction of world-renowned doctors at the Dean McGee Eye Institute.

Metro Tech students will intern with research doctors at the Dean A. McGee Eye Institute under a new program.

A new program created by Metro Tech and the Dean A. McGee Eye Institute will allow students to intern with world-renowned doctors. ..To read more, subscribe to the blackchronicle newspaper