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About Project Vision


Project VISION is a mobile screening unit that provides free vision screenings and advocates for the early detection of eye diseases and disorders. The 35-foot RV is equipped with state-of-the-art digital imaging equipment that takes high-quality photos of the inside of the eye in less than 10 minutes. Using the photos, ophthalmologists who review the images can detect eye conditions like diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataracts.

 

Board of directors


  • Anne Chipchase, MA, CVM, Ohana Health Plan; President of the Board
  • Joe Humphrey, M.D., Hui Malama Na O’iwi
  • Sven-Erik Bursell, PhD, UH Telehealth Institute
  • Joyce Ching, Past Rep from Bausch & Lomb, Community Advocate
  • Kekoa Enomoto, Journalist for OHA and active member of Department of Hawaiian Homelands
  • Dr. Kenneth Fischer, OD., Private Practice Optometrist from Hawai'i Island
  • Lori Haynes, Mission Volunteer
  • Kelly Nakasone, Allergan Pharmaceuticals
  • Roy Nishida, Past District Governor Hawaii Lions Club
  • Jeff Rutgard, M.D., Ophthalmologist Hawaiian Eye Foundation
  • Radji Tolentino, MPH, Esq. Realtor and Advocate for Teleophalmology
  • Dr. Tyrie Jenkins, M.D., Opthalmologist; Advisor to the board

© 2011 Project Vision Hawaii. All Rights Reserved. | Project Vision Hawaii is a 501(c)(3) organization