Have you seen this friendly face before?
Her name is Sarah and she’s our Plymouth Office Manager.
She has been one of our leaders for the past three years.
Sarah went to college to become an English teacher. She admits it didn’t take long to figure out that teaching English just wasn’t for her.
She knew she wanted to make a difference in people’s lives, though. She thought teaching children would be the way.
Turns out, she really cares about people’s health… your health.
She also cares about leading the people on her team – her co-workers at BayState Eye Center – and making sure they’re successful in providing the superior care we strive for… and you can expect.
Before joining our team, Sarah spent seven years leading a team at a primary care practice.
Over time, she mastered the skills of managing systems and creating ways to make the practice run smoothly; for patients and co-workers.
Sarah grew to love, and excel at, looking at the big picture.
As you’ll see below, that skill set expands beyond the walls of our Plymouth office.
When Sarah’s not hard at work for you, she’s capturing the big picture through her camera lens.
Take a look at this beautiful shot she took from Portland, Maine…
It’s a nice image in the middle of winter…
Sarah’s captured nature’s beauty for the past 12 years.
“I find it relaxing. I like capturing the beauty of the moment so I can remember it and share it with people,” Sarah said.
She’s got an eye for the big picture – and she credits Dr. Lynch for always providing clear communication and expectations.
“Dr. Lynch is so passionate about what he believes in, what he does, and how he treats each patient. He lives our mission statement every day and he’s very good at making sure we do it, too,” Sarah said.
You might say Dr. Lynch provides a ‘clear path’…
Yup, Sarah took this beauty, too. This is the Bellemeade Plantation in Nashville.
Providing a ‘clear path’ is Sarah’s mission, too.
The Holbrook native says, “I love my role. I love being able to help people find their niche and what they’re great at, and I like encouraging them to grow. I’m learning and growing every day. It’s a great way to make sure we provide the best care possible to our patients.”
One thing Sarah has learned during her time with us, is how your eyes can tell the story of your body and your health.
They tell the big picture.
So if you haven’t had an eye exam in a while, come visit us!
Say hello to Sarah.
Ask her about her photography, her trips to Nashville, and how she makes jewelry, cards, and ornaments every Christmas.
For now, we’ll leave you with one more amazing image courtesy of Sarah’s hidden talent…