SIOUX FALLS, S.D., May 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Vance Thompson Vision, a refractive surgery and research facility specializingin laser vision correction, is proud to announce that Alison Tendler, MD has been named as the newest member of Dakota Wesleyan University's board of trustees. Dr. Tendler has worked with Vance
"Dr. Tendler is an important part of our surgical team at Vance Thompson Vision," said Dr. Vance Thompson. "Our philosophy is focused on continuing education not only for ourselves as doctors but also for our patients. This is an amazing opportunity to be involved in the education and future of our community's leaders."
Dr. Tendler was born and raised in Clear Lake and Sioux Falls, SD. She graduated from Dakota Wesleyan University in 1997 and then went on to the University of South Dakota School of Medicine to obtain her MD. She did her residency at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and completed a fellowship at the Conrea Consults of Albany in Albany, NY. Dr. Tendler also completed the Physician CEO program at Kellogg School of Business in Evanston, IL.
Dr. Tendler will continue to focus her work on advanced vision correction procedures as well as advancements in oculoplastic technology.
For more information about Vance Thompson Vision, please visit www.vancethompsonvision.com.
About Vance Thompson VisionVance Thompson Vision, Sioux Falls, SD and Fargo, ND, is a world-class refractive surgery center and research institute. Vance Thompson Vision provides and participates in developing the world's most exceptional technologies to improve outcomes in surgical care; all while creating a patient experience that is second to none. With more than 100,000 procedures, more than 80 FDA monitored clinical trials, and having traveled the world to advance the learning of providers everywhere, Vance Thompson Vision is the standard in quality and innovation. For more information on the international reputation of the doctors that lead studies such as this one visit the biographies of Dr. Vance Thompson, Dr. Alison Tendler, Dr. John Berdahl, Dr. Michael Greenwood, Dr. Doug Wallin, Dr. Keith Rasmussen, Dr. Justin Schweitzer, Dr. Jason Schmit, and Dr. Mitch Ibach.
Matt Jensen, CEOVance Thompson Visionmatt.email@example.com
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