Dr. Wagh received her Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland and her Doctor of Optometry from MCPHS University in Massachusetts.
During Dr. Wagh’s ocular disease residency she worked closely with cornea and retina specialists to treat a diverse population of patients with a focus on the eye health within the Hispanic population. During her tenure at Omni Eye Services, The Eye and Vision Center and The Northhampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center she closely collaborated with retina, oculoplastic and pediatric ophthalmology specialists.
In addition to her clinical experience Dr. Wagh has been a presenter at several prominent professional conferences including the Annual American Academy of Optometry Resident’s Day, Optometry and Annual American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Wagh is an award winning optometrist. She is a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society and was a Student Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry 2015. Additionally she has been heavily involved in many organizations and committees: Vice President of COVD Pediatric Optometric Club, Private Practice Club and AOSA. She has been a volunteer for Convoy of Hope Vision Screening and is a proficient Spanish speaker.