Working in optometry since 2010
Dr. Dharia has been practicing optometry since 2010. She completed her residency in ocular disease and pre- and post-surgical care at Omni Eye Specialists, which provides an additional intensive clinical training that less than 20% of optometrists complete. In addition, she is working towards becoming a fellow in the American Academy of Optometry. Her doctorate of optometry is from Pennsylvania College of Optometry. She is currently pursuing her degree in Public Health at John Hopkins University anticipating to graduate in 2013.
Dr. Dharia enjoys traveling, cooking, spending time with her family, and cheering for the New York Football Giants. Dr. Dharia continues to give back to the community and provide eye care to the less fortunate through volunteer organizations as she did in Haiti.
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