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COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION NEWSLETTER - JULY, 2019

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Community Health Education Highlights June 2019

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COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION NEWSLETTER - MAY, 2019

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Shelly D. Baker, OD

Medical School: Illinois College of Optometry

Year started with Tribe: 2006

Specialties:
A Behavioral Optometrist
specializing in the correction and improvement of dysfunctions in the visualization system. Attended
Michigan State University for her undergraduate studies. Is a member of the American Optometric
Association, the Michigan Optometric Association, the College of Optometrics in Vision Development and the
current president of the Upper Peninsula Optometric Physicians Society. Completed 147 hours of
post-graduate education in the area of vision therapy. Is a Clinical Associate of the Optometric Extension
Program, a non-profit foundation dedicated to education and research vision.

Shelley Baker, O.D., studied at Michigan State University and the Illinois College of Optometry. She began practice with Sault Tribe in 2006 and is a behavioral optometrist specializing in correcting and improving visual dysfunctions. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, Michigan Optometric Association, College of Optometric in Vision Development and the current president of the Upper Peninsula Optometric Physicians Society. She completed 147 hours of post-graduate education in vision therapy and is a clinical associate of the Optometric Extension Program, a non-profit research and education foundation. She enjoys traveling, reading, camping and spending time with her family and friends.


Health Centers where Shelly D. Baker, OD can be found:

Manistique Tribal Community Center
5698W US Highway 2
Manistique, MI 49854
Phone: (906) 341-8469

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Services provided by Shelly D. Baker, OD:

Optical
The Optical Department offers comprehensive Eye Health examinations with an emphasis on the prevention of ocular diseases prevalent within the Sault Tribe population. We have the most current, up to date diagnostic equipment including the new OCT Cirrus. This instrument can now offer the early diagnosis and intervention of sight threatening diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and macular degeneration.

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