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One size fits all sometimes means too small
A gift that's 30 years in the making: pics & video of clear vision all over the world
Team of EyeMed employees holding a 30 years of service banner at clinic in Montana.
2018 marks twin 30th anniversaries for both OneSight and EyeMed. EyeMed employees have volunteered to travel alongside and immerse in communities worldwide to help people see life to the fullest. To celebrate and honor our joint anniversaries, we’re capturing OneSight experiences that have or are taking place, involving our employees in 2018. Here's a peek at the year so far.
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CATEGORY: Corporate Culture
WRITTEN BY: Erin Putman
World Health Day: Jesseca's story--doing our part to tackle sustainable vision care access
Jesseca Oscar and OneSight sustainable vision care center team volunteers in Rwanda
World Health Day focuses on sustainable access to quality health care services for everyone, everywhere — without financial hardship. See how EyeMed employees have unique opportunities to volunteer their expertise (and hearts) to bring sustainable, permanent vision care projects into reality around the world in countries like The Gambia, Rwanda and more.
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CATEGORY: Corporate Culture
WRITTEN BY: Holly Ingram
World Health Day: Scott’s story--doing our part to tackle sustainable vision care access
Scott Ditto with a OneSight teammate helping a vision clinic patient in The Gambia.
World Health Day focuses on sustainable access to quality health care services for everyone, everywhere — without financial hardship. See how EyeMed employees have unique opportunities to volunteer their expertise (and hearts) to bring sustainable, permanent vision care projects into reality around the world in countries like The Gambia, Rwanda and more.
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CATEGORY: Corporate Culture
WRITTEN BY: Holly Ingram
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