What's New at BFS?
6/18/13 - Please welcome our new optometrist to BFS - Crystal Meyer Remington, OD. Crystal begins seeing patients full time in July.
6/18/13 - Please visit our Board of Directors webpage to meet our two new Board members - Kate Weingarten and Gary Fentin!
6/18/13 - August is SJS Care Month at BFS! Your generous gift will help pediatric and young adult SJS survivors who will be traveling to BFS for the eyecare necessary for them to lead full and productive lives.
6/15/13 - Amanda Berrios and Betsy Morris are the two new smiling faces at our front desk - stop by and say hi the next time you are here!
6/12/13 - Josh Aggranat and Mason Munn are our two summer staffers! Josh is working as a Research Assistant and Mason is helping out in the hall as an ophthalmic tech. Welcome to BFS!
5/19/13 - Congrats to our Lab Manager Steve Corlett; his wife gave birth to their second child - Jax Anderson Corlett! What a cutie pie!
4/17/13 - This month we said goodbye to Dr. Lynette Johns, who left BFS to pursue a teaching opportunity. Doctor Johns joined BFS in 2005. She will be missed by colleagues and patients alike and we wish her the best in her future endeavors.
If you would like to share your sentiments about Dr. Johns or read her inspiring patient stories, please join us on our blog!
4/15/13 - We are saddened to share the news that longtime BFS Board of Directors member Enid M. Starr passed away late last month. Please read our tribute to her.
3/20/13 - Attention Primary Eye Care Providers! We have a new PROSE guide, just for you. Check it out - PROSE Patient Guide for Primary Eye Care Providers.
2/20/13 - After 15 years of service on the Boston Foundation for Sight Board of Directors, Brian Levy, OD, MSc, has retired. At the time of his retirement, Dr. Levy, a longtime donor, served on the Finance and Executive committees. We are very grateful for Dr. Levy’s contributions to Boston Foundation for Sight.
“They tell you in medical school not to focus on the disease and forget about the patient. Julia has a way of making you forget about the disease. She always finds the game in an obstacle and the life between the symptoms. It was my great honor to help her keep seeing things her way for a long, long time.”
— Dr. Ryan Ridges
Read Julia’s story