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Trishna K. Masters, O.D.

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Born and raised in Arlington, TX, Dr. Masters has always dreamt of becoming an optometrist. Wearing glasses at an early age drew her to the optometrist office yearly. After high school, she was selected to be part of a seven year BS/OD program in Boston, MA. During her undergraduate studies, she was involved in the pre-optometry association. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in 2013 from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science University (MCPHSU).

While at optometry school, Dr. Masters was a student liaison in class council and was involved in the National Optometric Student Association (NOSA), and Student Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (SVOSH). As a student, she traveled to the Dominican Republic to provide free eye care and spectacles to hundreds of patients with the SVOSH program. Here, she genuinely learned to appreciate giving back to the community and understood the value of a pair of glasses to a person in need. During her clinical year of optometric training, she had the opportunity to diagnose, co-manage, and treat ocular diseases, trauma, and systemic related ocular conditions, such as diabetes. She also provided pediatric and geriatric comprehensive eye exams at the VA hospital, community health centers, and private practices throughout Boston, MA and Santa Fe, NM.

In 2016, Dr. Masters received a Doctor of Optometry Degree at the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA. She completed a post-doctorate clinical residency at the SUNY State College of Optometry with an emphasis in Primary Eye Care. Throughout her residency, she trained with glaucoma specialists, retinal specialists, cataract and laser vision correction surgeons. Upon residency graduation in 2017, she worked at a private practice in Arlington, TX. Two years later in 2019, she has now joined Texas State Optical Mansfield as a full time optometrist. She is very excited for this opportunity and shares a passion, along with the other doctors, in providing excellent thorough eye care.

Dr. Masters is a licensed Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist. She is an active member of the American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association, and the Tarrant County Optometric Society. Outside the office, she enjoys spending time with family, traveling the world, working out, trying out new foods, and rooting for all her Dallas teams, especially the Dallas Cowboys.

TARRANT COUNTY EXECUTIVE ORDER IN EFFECT 06.26.2020 6:00PM THROUGH 08.03.2020 6:00AM


HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY

  1. FACE COVERING REQUIRED IN ORDER TO ENTER AND REMAIN ON PREMISIS. All persons over the age of ten (10), including employees, customers, visitors, invitees, and contractors (“patrons”), who enter this business must wear a face mask covering over their nose and mouth. The CDC advises face coverings for people 2 years or older. Face coverings may include homemade masks, scarfs, bandanas, or a handkerchief. Tarrant County residents should continue to maintain social distancing of at least six feet while outside their home.
    • The requirement of a face covering does not apply if covering the nose and mouth poses a significant mental or physical health risk to the individual.
  2. SOCIAL DISTANCING PROTOCALS. Even with the use of appropriate face
    coverings, individuals should maintain six (6) feet of social distancing whenever
    possible.
    • Employees should not work within six (6) feet of one another, except to the extent necessary to provide services.
    • Patrons should maintain six (6) feet of separation from other individuals outside their household, to the extent feasible when inside the business premises.
    • Patrons of the business queuing or waiting inside or on the premises of the business must maintain six (6) feet of separation from other individuals outside their household.
  3. EXCEPTIONS. The requirement of a face covering also does not apply when an individual is consuming a food or beverage or receiving a service where the wearing of a face covering would impair the performance of the service.
  4. VIOLATIONS. Patrons who do not wear a face covering will be asked to leave the premises and will not be provided goods or services until the face covering requirements are followed.
  5. NOTICE AND SIGNAGE. Notice of this Health and Safety Policy will be posted in a conspicuous location of the business.

Thank you for your support and understanding during these unprecedented times. We hope to be able to continue to provide excellent care and service.