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Doctor’s day is celebrated on different days of the year in different countries depending on the event of commemoration used to mark the day. Today we celebrate our doctors who have worked tirelessly to give us safe and affordable eye care.

 

Dr Ayo S. Harriman

Dr Harriman got her medical degree in 1984. She schooled at University of Ibadan, Stanford University, and Ireland’s Royal College of Surgeons. She has worked and trained at Moorfield’s Eye Hospital in London and the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital in Dublin.

This musically inclined mother of two is also a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmologists and a fellow of the James Standefer Glaucoma Institute and Eye Foundation Hospital of Ikeja.

 

Dr Chizoba Onochie

Dr Onochie received her Medical degree from the University of Ibadan in 2004. She trained at the prestigious Eye Foundation Hospital, Lagos and is a fellow of the West Africa College for Surgeons. This lovely lady has been with St. Edmund’s since 2017.

 

Dr Jeme Adomi

Dr Adomi earned her degree in optometry in 2007 and joined the St. Edmund’s team in 2010. She currently runs the optics department and is involved in the clinical work.

She is responsible for all administrative work done within the optics department, as well as the training of junior optometrists. She is an active member of the Nigerian Optometric Association and regularly participates in continuing education programmes. She is currently working on a Master’s degree in public health with the University of Liverpool.

 

Dr Paul Ese Ikretsero

Dr Ikretsero earned his degree in optometry from the University of Benin in 2012. Since he joined St Edmunds in 2015 he has been heavily involved in clinical work and training.

A member of the Nigerian Optometric Association, Dr Ikretsero has a passion for helping the community which is exemplified by his involvement in the community eye care outreach programme run by St Edmunds.

 

Join us as we applaud their tireless work and let them know we appreciate them! Have they helped you take better care of your eyes? Then feel free to appreciate them in the comments section. We love our doctors!