As part of a medical mission serving people in a remote Guatemalan village in 2003, Amy Ranes assisted in cataract surgery on young children, an experience which allowed her to apply her clinical skills in the field. This unique opportunity showed Ranes how she could help people by offering her skills. Since graduating from the PCC Ophthalmic Medical Technology (OMT) program in 2000, Ranes has built her career by taking on ever greater challenges. Now, only six years after graduation, Ranes serves as a clinic manager at Northwest Eye Associates, where she manages a practice and oversees technicians. Like many other graduates, Ranes attributes her success to the strong foundation provided by PCC’s OMT program.
More Student Profiles
Every week, a student, faculty or staff member is featured on the PCC homepage. Here are links to the stories about Ophthalmic Technology program students and their accomplishments and contributions: