Joel began working with Sightpath as the local Storz Instrument Sales Rep in 1991. Successfully serving in various sales, marketing, and management roles within ophthalmology for Storz Instrument Company, Medtronic, and Precision Lens, led to Joel joining Sightpath in 2011 as Head of Sales. Now as President and CEO, being goal-oriented and growth-focused by nature, Joel has his sights set on leading Sightpath Medical to new heights of success.
Dan joined Sightpath in December of 1998 and held numerous positions within Operations. He moved into his current position in January of 2006 where he was responsible for all day-to-day operations of the mobile refractive program at TLC Vision. Dan is now responsible for all mobile refractive and mobile cataract operations for Sightpath Medical. Dan began his career in operations and logistics while serving in the United States Army as an Avenger Missile System Technician from 1989-1997.
Dolores has been employed at Sightpath Medical as Director of Human Resources since the spring of 2011 and is responsible for providing leadership in developing and executing human resources strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization, specifically in the areas of succession planning, talent management, change management, organizational and performance management, training and development, and compensation. Dolores possesses a strong customer focus, a passion for people and a drive to leverage the human resources of the organization which is why she is so good at her job.
A research team composed of scientists from the Philippines, United Kingdom, and the United States found that – compared to manual clear corneal incisions (CCI) – femtosecond laser-constructed incisions achieve better wound sealability, a quality that may reduce the risk of surgical complications.