She previously worked in private practice.

(PRESS RELEASE) GILBERT, AZ — Orthokeratology company Paragon Vision Sciences announced the appointment of Dr. Leah Johnson to the role of director, clinical services.

Johnson will be responsible for clinical and professional development programs supporting current and future eyecare practitioners, across the U.S. and abroad. She will report directly to Richard Jeffries, president, Paragon Vision Sciences.

“Under Dr. Johnson’s leadership, we will continue our focus on providing eye care practitioners and teaching institutions with clinical expertise and resources to support the efficient diagnosis and fitting of corneal reshaping/orthokeratology and specialty contact lenses in general eye care practices,” Jeffries said.

Johnson brings practice-based clinical optometric experience in the area of specialty contact lenses to her new position. Prior to joining Paragon Vision Sciences, she was in private practice at Vision Optique in Houston, TX. She is a graduate of the University of Houston College of Optometry, where she also completed her post-doctorate work in cornea and contact Lenses. Johnson’s published work includes research in specialty contact lenses.

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