Dr. DeMoss is a graduate of Penn State University and Salus University; she completed a Post-Doctoral Low Vision Residency at the Feinbloom Rehabilitation Center at The Eye Institute in Philadelphia. She is the Director of Low Vision Services at Moorestown Eye, in addition to seeing patients in primary care and nursing home/assisted living settings. Like all of the doctors in our office, Dr. DeMoss became involved in eye care and volunteer activities even while a student, serving as her class vice president and as a trustee and officer of the American Optometric Student Association. She is a current candidate for Fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry and a current instructor at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. Her resume highlights include:
- Pending Fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry
- Instructor at Salus University
- Low Vision emphasis helping to the maximize the useful vision in patients with macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachments, corneal degenerations, and other sight-threatening conditions.
- 2018 William Feinbloom excellence in Low Vision Award; 2017 Eschenbach Award for Excellence in Low Vision
Dr. DeMoss splits her time between working with our office and teaching at the University. She sees patients at Moorestown Eye on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.