Dr. Toma attended the University of California in Riverside for her undergraduate studies. She earned a degree in the Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience. She then went on to earn her Masters in Public Health and Doctor of Optometry at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. While completing her third degree, Dr. Toma went on to specialize in complex ocular conditions such as vision therapy, pediatrics, and ocular disease.
Her main goal is to become an effective clinician that provides patient-centered primary eye care. In order to accomplish this goal, she worked in a high-volume medical optometry practice in Indio, Ca.
She also worked as an extern in various locations in the country with different socioeconomic backgrounds and age ranges.
She is professional and has a strong work ethic. She enjoys volunteering and has gained experience in the healthcare field ranging from mission trips with the Lions Club to Mexico, Honduras, health fairs, internships and externships in the field of Optometry at the Massachusetts Eye and Vision Center, Worcester Community Health Center, Framingham Community Health Center, Providence Community Health Center, the VA in The Villages, Florida, and at the Behavioral, Developmental, Neuro-Rehabilitative and Vision Therapy Private Practice in Miami, Florida.
“As your optometrist, I am here to provide specialized optometric and public health training to develop, integrate, and apply culturally competent approaches to the preservation of your overall health. I aspire to provide care that allows you to see and feel your best!”
In her free time, she loves giving back to her community by volunteering her skills and spreading the aloha spirit through song and dance.