Gayle Daniels, OD
Born into a military family, Dr. Daniels’ passion for service was nurtured at an early age. She attended Oakwood College and then Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia. Upon graduation, she was commissioned as a Captain in the Air Force and stationed at Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, DC. It was a mission trip to Mexico that ignited the flame for mission work. This flame still drives her today. She has an intense passion for service and ministry. Dr. Daniels owns a practice in Fort Worth, TX and learned Spanish to better serve her patients. Daniels created a program called “Better Vision Better Hope” which provides humanitarian services to those in need locally and internationally. She also partners with United Hands, Inc providing care in St Kitts, St.Vincent, South Africa, Jamaica, Haiti, Guatemala and Honduras. Locally, the program partners with several homeless shelters, churches, and numerous other charitable organizations in her effort to fulfill her mission of service.
Demonstrating effectiveness of single field fundus photography in early screening for diabetic retinopathy, especially in community free clinics. Comparing digital imaging to current standards of screening methods. Introducing diabetic research project utilizing the varying demographics of the free medical clinics with retinal imaging for early screening of diabetic retinopathy in all diabetic patients.
- Understanding Single Field Photography usage in community free clinics
- Understanding Basic Diabetic Retinopathy
- Demonstrating importance of early screening for diabetic retinopathy
The Effectiveness of Single Field Fundus Photography