Georgia Crozier, O.D., M.S.
Dr. Georgia Crozier is an optometrist, low vision specialist, and the Chief Medical Officer of Moore’s Low Vision Rehabilitation Center. She was the first optometrist selected by the federal government to receive a Masters of Science in Vision Rehabilitation. Dr. Crozier has lectured extensively and is a facilitator for low vision support groups. She is Pennsylvania’s primary consultant for visually impaired students and the Veterans Administration’s primary consultant for visually impaired, homebound veterans. Dr. Crozier lectures frequently on the subject of low vision rehabilitation and training and is available for presentations to retirement communities, veterans groups, and organizations for the blind. She is a graduate of Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University.
Languages Spoken: English and Italian.
Joined Moore Eye Institute: 2002
- Doctor of Optometry, Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Salus University
- Primary Eye Care Residency, Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Salus University
- M.S. Vision Rehabilitation, College of Education and Rehabilitation, Salus University
- Chief Medical Officer, Vision Rehabilitation Center, Moore Eye Institute
Research Papers and Publications
- “Low Vision Aids Help when Degeneration Progresses” Review of Optometry, February, 1984. Co-Author: Robert Ruggiero, O.D.
- “A Monovision Bioptic as a Low Vision Aid” Review of Optometry, August, 1986. Co-Author: Robert Ruggiero, O.D.