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John T. Van Dyck

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American Board of Ophthalmology

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American Board of Ophthalmology

111 Presidential Blvd. Suite 241

Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania,19004

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1916, the American Board of Ophthalmology is an independent, nonprofit organization responsible for certifying ophthalmologists (eye physicians and surgeons) in the United States. The ABO was the first American Board established to certify medical s...more

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World Cataract Foundation Memphis, TN

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John Van Dyck, M.D.
Secretary John T. Van Dyck III, MD has been affiliated with World Cataract Foundation since 2001 and currently serves as its secretary on the board of directors. He is a 1973 graduate of the University of Tennessee Medical Units and completed his ophthalmology residency in the US Public Health Service in New Orleans. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Ophthalmology, Fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Van Dyck resides in Paris, TN where he was in private practice for 23 years. Being vitally interested in local community affairs, he served eight years as a Henry County Commissioner and later eight years as a Paris City Commissioner, six of which were as mayor of Paris. Before joining the WCF Board of Directors in 2005, Dr. Van Dyck had already demonstrated a heart for serving others less fortunate by participating in several mission trips to Chiapas and Vera Cruz, Mexico in the 80's and 90's. To date, Dr. Van Dyck has participated in 13 missions to Ometepec, Mexico, one each to the Philippines and the Ukraine, and two to Huatulco, Mexico and six to Papua New Guinea.


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WCF Board Member, Dr. John Van Dyck and his wife, Lily along with the ...


World Cataract Foundation

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Dr. John Van Dyck, Dr. John Freeman, Amanda Kull, Eric Pilkington,Barbara Elmore, Mike Circuit and Laura Carbajal participated in this mission to Huatulco October 13-20, 2012.
Dr. John Van Dyck. Team members included: Dr. John Van Dyck, Barbara Elmore, Amanda Kull and Gerald Taylor. There Dr. Van Dyck and his team screened 81 people and identified 24 candidates for surgery for their next visit. John Van Dyck traveled to San Pedro Sula in March 2011 to attend a training course in sutureless extra capsular cataract surgery taught by Dr. Diego Mejia. After 40 hours of travel, Dr. John Van Dyck and his assitant, Barbara Elmore reached their destination of Hauna Village in Papua New Guinea. This is Dr. Van Dyck's tenth mission there and Barbara's third. John Van Dyck III, MD was awarded the Freeman Vision Award at World Cataract Foundation's 5th Annual Sight Night held on Saturday April 25, 2009. The evening was a great success thanks to the following event sponsors: Platinum Visionary: McVean Trading & Investments, LLC Grand Visionary: Memphis Eye and Cataract Associates;Gold Visionary: Germantown Lions Club and Peoples Custom RX; Silver Visionary: Wallace and Olivia Bruce, George and Bena Cates, Cedarwood Farms, Noble and Margaret Crigler, Keeper's Cottage, John and Jo Maxwell, John and Jo Walt and Walker and Diane Wellford; Bronze Visionary: Aniridia Foundation International, Arlena Enos, Realtors, Cannon & Company, CPA's, Jamie Kroh's Riding Academy, Music Studio of Sharon E. Dobbins, MM,BM and Raleigh Lions Club. The evening was a great success thanks to the following event sponsors: Platinum Visionary: McVean Trading & Investments, LLC Grand Visionary: Memphis Eye and Cataract Associates;Gold Visionary: Germantown Lions Club and Peoples Custom RX; Silver Visionary: Wallace and Olivia Bruce, George and Bena Cates, Cedarwood Farms, Noble and Margaret Crigler, Keeper's Cottage, John and Jo Maxwell, John and Jo Walt and Walker and Diane Wellford; Bronze Visionary: Aniridia Foundation International, Arlena Enos, Realtors, Cannon & Company, CPA's, Jamie Kroh's Riding Academy, Music Studio of Sharon E. Dobbins, MM,BM and Raleigh Lions Club. Dr. Van Dyck was assisted by scrub nurse, Barbara Elmore and technician, Sue Brown. World Cataract Foundation sincerely appreciates our sponsors for the evening: McVean Trading & InvestmentsMemphis Eye and Cataract Associates;Advanced Medical Optics;Keeper's Cottage;Germantown Lions Club;People's Custom RX;Cedarwood Farms;Noble and Margaret Crigler;John and Leda Phillips;Cadence Bank;Cannon & Company, CPA's and William T. Harrell, Realtor, Commercial and Real Estate Dr. Owen Tabor, pianist, entertained the crowd during the cocktail hour The jazz concert was provided by the energetic and soulful contemporary jazz group, Voodoo Village. Dr. John Van Dyck, a World Cataract Foundation Board member and ophthalmologist from Paris, Tennessee has been to Papua New Guinea three times with Dr. Carter's group. On May 11, 2007, Dr. John Van Dyck, Jill Rice, a surgery technician from Memphis Eye and Cataract Associates and Barbara Elmore, a nurse from Columbus, Missouri will join Dr. Carter's team once again. WCF Board Member, Dr. John Van Dyck and his wife, Lily along with the Paris-Henry Arts Council hosted a Gala Benefit for the World Cataract Foundation on Sunday, March 11, 2007 at the First Christian Church in Paris, Tennessee. Dr. John Van Dyck, assisted by two surgical nurses, Jill Rice and Barbara Elmore, will be traveling to Hauna Village along the Sepik River in Papua New Guinea. Last year Dr. Van Dyck performed 62 sight restoring cataract operations. The team members were: from Tennessee: Dr. John Freeman, Vivian Farmer, Anne Freeman, Dr. Kimberly Freeman, Benjamin and Hannah Freeman, Patty Wall, and Dr. John Van Dyck from Mississippi: Dr. Matt Wesson and Marilyn McAnally; from Missouri: Barbara Elmore; from Mexico: Janice and Jerusalem Driscoll, Diane Young, Anne Schemp, and Vicky Vasquez.


World Cataract Foundation

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John Van Dyck III, MD was awarded the Freeman Vision Award at Wor...


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