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Danielle Kalberer, OD, FAAO

Dr. Danielle Kalberer is an optometrist practicing on Long Island, NY. She attended the SUNY College of Optometry, completed residency at the Northport VAMC, is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and is Board Certified in Medical Optometry.

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Resources
Eyecare January 3rd, 2020
Ocular Ischemic Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management

Take this course to learn the ins and outs of diagnosing and managing patients with ocular ischemic syndrome.

Eyecare December 20th, 2019
Optometry Non-Compete Agreements in All 50 States

Most optometry employment agreements contain a non-compete clause. Learn what it means when you're looking for a new job and whether your state has special guidelines.

Eyecare November 15th, 2019
Common Corneal Dystrophies

Since corneal dystrophy symptoms can range in severity from completely asymptomatic to recurrent corneal erosions and even permanent decrease in vision, it's crucial that optometrists understand their options for treatment.

All July 30th, 2019
How to Write a Letter of Recommendation

Writing a quality letter of recommendation requires a unique voice and the right information. Brush up on what you need to know to write a great letter!

All July 19th, 2019
How to Be a Great Coworker: Playing Nice in the Workplace

Being a member of a team means learning to talk through the toughest conversations. These tips can help you maintain a professional workplace.

All June 21st, 2019
A Guide to Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

Conflict, in one form or another, is a natural part of working with others, but knowing how to resolve that conflict in a healthy way makes all the difference.

All June 10th, 2019
Essential Skills for Healthcare Managers

Managing a practice, office, or department and a full team isn't for everyone. If you are ready to take a plunge into leadership, make sure to brush up on some key leadership skills.

All May 8th, 2019
Everything You Need to Know About Getting an MBA as a Healthcare Professional

The need for healthcare managers is on the rise. If you love the industry but want to move outside of patient care, an MBA may be your next step!