"Eye care is only part of a person’s health care. We feel that it is our mission to care and treat our patients like family; to strive to remain knowledgeable of all aspects of our profession; and in turn, share our knowledge with our patients to assist them in understanding their eye health conditions."
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Kenneth Daniels, OD, FAAO, Dipl ABO is an Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor in the Cornea and Specialty Contact lens Service and National Eye Institute Clinical Investigator at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) where he was also the Director of Contact Lens Research. He presently teaches in PCO’s Centers for International Studies. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO). He is a graduate of Temple University and the New England College of Optometry. He has graduate training from an ophthalmology department in a Harvard affiliated health plan and the Yale – Gesell Institute of Child Development.
He was the Director of Clinical Research for Allergan Pharmaceuticals and has collaborated in several research projects in Sydney, Australia at the University of New South Wales. He is a series editor for an ophthalmic text and contributing editor professional journals and has a published textbook pertaining to Contact Lenses. Dr. Daniels has also acheived a level of Diplomate in the American Board of Optometry. He is one of the first of 500 optometrists in the country to achieve this credential. He has received honors as the NJSOP Scientific Award Receipent 2008 and the Roger Kame Award (2008) from the AOA Cornea and Contact Lens Section for Service to the Profession. Dr. Daniels has also be appointed to the Board of Directors for the New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians (NJSOP) (2012). Dr. Daniels has been recently elected as the Immediate Past President (2018-2019), President (207-2018); Vice President of the NJSOP (2015-2016) having been also the Secretary Treasurer (2014-2015). Dr. Daniels also serves the American Optometric Association on the Health Promotions Committee (2018-2019).
As well, he has authored several book chapters on various topics on complications of refractive surgery, dry eye, presbyopia and contact lens related complications. He has a particular expertise in contact lens fitting for various corneal disorders, i.e. keratoconus and post surgical concerns after cataract or refractive surgery. Dr. Daniels is also on several medical device and pharmaceutical advisory panels. He is a nationally and internationally known lecturer and scientific presenter in the areas of contact lens, refractive surgery, and ocular disease management and treatment.
MIMI LEE PARMA, Ph.D., O.D. she is a graduate of Drexel University and received her Doctorate in Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry where she is also a Basic Science instructor in ocular pathology. She also has a M.S. from Temple University (Dept. of Pharmacology) and a Ph.D. from Thomas Jefferson University (Dept. of Pathology, Anatomy and Cell Biology). Dr. Parma’s research interests are concentrated in the biochemical analysis of retinal development and has related publications in this field. She has received many honors from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry including Clinical Excellence, Beta Sigma Kappa Optometric Honor Society, COVD Award for Excellence in Vision Therapy, and the RGP Lens Institute Award for Contact Lens.
Dr. Suzanne K. Jadico (Ophthalmic Surgeon)
Dr. Suzanne K. Jadico (Ophthalmic Surgeon) graduated as class valedictorian of both Pennsylvania State University’s Eberly College of Science and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, under a full academic scholarship. She completed her ophthalmology training and served as Chief Resident at Wills Eye Institute where she received a wide breadth of training in the medical and surgical management of cataracts, cornea and external disease, glaucoma, retinal pathology, neuro-ophthalmic conditions, and other diseases of the eye. She also received specialty training in advanced cataract surgical techniques and IntraLase-assisted LASIK at The University of California San Francisco. In addition, Dr. Jadico has award-winning research experience, with numerous publications and presentations at national conferences.
David Reynolds, MD (Ophthalmic Surgeon)
Dr. R. David Reynolds is a twice board certified eye surgeon who emphasizes the ethical and appropriate application of the most advanced medical and surgical techniques available to prevent blindness and restore sight. His aim is to serve the patients’ best interest above all else. Following the completion of his ophthalmology training at the Wills Eye Hospital, Dr. R. David Reynolds pursued fellowship level training in the field of ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery both at Wills and at the world-renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, England. Dr. Reynolds is the Medical Director of Eye Surgery of the Princeton facility where he has performed thousands of cosmetic and reconstructive eyelid procedures as well as Botox and Juvederm injections. He is an acknowledged expert in the field of “blade free” LASIK and “advanced technology” cataract surgery using multifocal and astigmatism correcting intra-ocular implants. He maintains the core belief regarding the primacy of the patient-physician relationship and the discriminating use of the myriad of available technologies to improve patient outcomes. Having performed small incision cataract surgery since 1990 and laser vision correction since 1996, numerous patients have traveled from as far as Africa, Japan and South America to seek his expertise, and this international reputation has earned him “Top Doctor” designations in numerous publications’ lists of the best eye doctors. Dr. Reynolds is an attending surgeon at the Medical Center at Princeton, and the Wills Eye Hospital. He has long participated in mission work for the poor, leads the Princeton Eye Groups participation in the UFAR(United Front Against Riverblindness) mission in the Congo region of Africa and most recently in the summer of 2010 spent time operating with his son in El Progreso, Honduras. He enjoys his responsibilities teaching residents and medical students.
Hopewell – Lambertville Eye has a friendly and hard working staff to meet you every vision health need. They are an integral part of our total team – focused on serving you. With diligent teamwork – we will strive to make your visit pleasant, efficient, enlightening and, yes – fun. Front Desk Reception: Kathy, Kim, Angela, Alexandra Front Desk Reception and Technicians: Michelle, Caroline, Jill Optical Apprentice: Marlon Optometric -Optical Tech: Kassandra Billing: Grace, Ellie Medical Resident St Luke’s: 2015: Elizabeth Morels, MD Optometry School 4th year Graduate Externs: Class of 2018-2019: Spencer, Daisy: Class of 2017-2018: Jigna, Jaskiran, Amy, Simone, Karen Class 2016 – 2017: Sari. Yan, Maheen, Inne Class of 2015-2016: Katie, Laura, Alina, Pearl Class of 2014-2015: Sohil, Melissa, Caryn, Stephanie, Daphney, Krystal, Abby Class of 2013-2014: Edmund, Syedia, Asyesha, Trisha Class of 2012 -2013: Moravi, Drasti, Tiffany, Jeff, Jessica, Min, Sana, Michelle