Dr. Rose Azuike is an Optometrist, a Public Health Specialist and the Managing Director of Kesona Eye Centre.
She has worked in various capacities in eye clinics and non-governmental organizations and attained various positions over the years.
She obtained her Doctor of Optometry (OD) Degree from Abia State University, Uturu, a Master of Public Health (MPH) Degree from The University of Sheffield, UK, and a Certificate in Leadership and Management in Health from the University of Washington, USA. She is a Certified Development Project Manager (CDPM) and an Occupational Safety and Health Manager (OSHM).
In addition to managing the clinic, Dr. Rose Azuike provides primary eye care services to adults, with a special interest in middle age eye problems and vision changes. She is a passionate eye wellness promoter and encourages active self-management as a strategy for preventing eye complications and vision loss from vision-threatening eye conditions. She is the author of a remarkable guide to avoiding vision loss and living well with chronic eye conditions titled, How Not to Go Blind from Chronic Eye Conditions. She also wrote The Ultimate Guide to Seeing Small Prints in Your 40s and Beyond, to help people with normal age-related loss of near vision understand and manage their eye condition better.
Dr. Rose is committed to ensuring that patients at Kesona Eye Centre receive the best quality eye care, and are adequately empowered to manage their eye health beyond the clinic.