Dr. Amy Moy has been at the New England College of Optometry (NECO) since 2004, and is currently an Associate Professor of Clinical Optometry. She also serves as Chief Clinical Officer of NECO Clinical Network, formerly New England Eye. At the College, she has been a laboratory instructor in the course Ocular Disease Principles II. Furthermore, Dr. Moy is the Director of Optometry at the Martha Eliot Health Center, a multi-disciplinary health center affiliated with Children’s Hospital Boston, where she provides comprehensive eye care to patients of all ages and coordinates all aspects of patient care and optical services. At Martha Eliot, she is a clinical preceptor to second, third and fourth-year optometry students from the College.
Dr. Moy is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Massachusetts Society of Optometrists and the Fellowship of Christian Optometrists. She earned her OD degree from The New England College of Optometry in 2003 and completed a residency at the Bedford VA Medical Center in primary eye care and geriatric optometry with emphasis on ocular disease.
Dr. Moy’s clinical specialty area is ocular disease and community health. She has been the principal investigator in the “Boston Latino Eye Study”, a collaborative project between Martha Eliot Health Center and Dimock Community Health Center. This study measured the prevalence of ocular diseases and associated systemic conditions in the predominately Dominican and Puerto Rican populations at the two health centers and compared rates of these diseases to those found in previous studies of other Latino populations. The findings from this study were presented at the Annual Conference of the American Academy of Optometry in October 2007 and published in 2013.
As the Chief Clinical Officer for the NECO Clinical Network, Dr. Moy is responsible for leading initiative to foster excellence in patient care. She provides a platform for the clinical faculty and staff of the College’s Clinical Network to advance practice standards for our patients, and to assure that quality clinical training is delivered to students at the New England College of Optometry.