Kim Vuong, OD

Kim Vuong, OD

Dr. Kim Vuong currently works part-time for an optometry practice in Smyrna, GA as well as a non-profit in Midtown Atlanta serving the visually impaired. She enjoys practicing full-scope optometry with a particular interest in managing glaucoma, dry eye disease and low vision rehabilitation. Dr. Vuong graduated from the University of California Berkeley School of Optometry in 2011. She completed her residency in low vision and primary care at the Tucson VA Medical Center and went on to complete a fellowship in low vision and optometric research at the Boston VA Medical Center. Dr. Vuong serves on the board of directors for the Valley Center for the Blind in Central California. When not working, she enjoys spending her free time tending her vegetable garden or going on road trips with her husband, young son, and German Shepherd.

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Resources
Driving and Low Vision - What Optometrists Must Know
Eyecare August 18th, 2021
Driving and Low Vision - What Optometrists Must Know

Learn the range of vision requirements for restricted licenses in the United States, the stats on low vision and increased accident rates, how a loss of driving privileges affects patient quality of life, and how you can help alleviate that strain.

Why COVID-19 Long Haulers Should Have an Eye Exam
Eyecare July 15th, 2021
Why COVID-19 Long Haulers Should Have an Eye Exam

COVID-19 is a multi-organ disease and has a broad spectrum of manifestations, including ocular. This article gives an overview of presentations, treatments, and exam recommendations for COVID-associated eye issues.

These Are the Foods to Avoid if You Have Glaucoma
Eyecare June 15th, 2021
These Are the Foods to Avoid if You Have Glaucoma

Discover which food and drink should be avoided as well as those that should be incorporated into your glaucoma patient's diet.

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