Dr. Jennifer Randle won numerous scholarships and honors on her way to earning her first Bachelor of Science in life science at Pennsylvania State University, and a second Bachelor of Science in visual sciences at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (now Salus University). She then remained at PCO, earning her Doctor of Optometry, before completing her cornea residency at Northeastern Eye Institute.
Dr. Randle’s residency experience included pre- and post-operative co-management of surgical refractive cases, emergency optometric care, corneal disease management, and specialty contact lens fittings. Notably, Dr. Randle achieved clinical honors throughout her internship and externship programs. She held membership in Beta Sigma Kappa Optometric Honor Society and Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society, and received the Cooper Vision Excellence in Contact Lens Award, Clinical Excellence in Low Vision and Pediatric Care, and an honorable mention for the PCO Alumni Association Award.
Dr. Randle honed her professional skills as a staff optometrist with Northeastern Eye Institute before joining Lehigh Valley Eye Center, now OCLI. In 2006, the doctor co-published “Psychology and the Contact Lens Practice,” with J. Shovlin in the Review of Optometry.