Rocky Mountain Ophthalmic Personnel
Saturday | 25 January 2020
Denver Eye Surgeons
13772 Denver West Parkway
Bldg 55, Suite100
Lakewood, CO 80401
(includes 4 CEUs, light breakfast, & RMOP 2020 Annual Membership)
Schedule of Events:
0730: Registration / Breakfast
0800 - 1200: Pediatric Eye Trauma/Emergencies | Dr. Enzenauer
(4CEs) Low Vision/Vision Impairments | Dr. Tetrault
Eyelids (Local/Systemic Disease) | Dr. Thayi
1200: CE Certificate Pick-up
I am especially interested in caring for special-needs patients and assessing and treating the eye conditions of pediatric systemic disease.
Education and fellowships
United States Military Academy (NY)
Medical School 1979
University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine
Tripler Army Medical Center Program
Tripler Army Medical Center Program, Pediatrics
University of Hawaii At Manoa
Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, CO, Ophthalmology
Hospital for Sick Children, Canada, Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Kyle Tetrault, OD, FAAO
Denver Eye Surgeons
2008, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, University of Arizona
2014, Doctorate of Optometry, Midwestern University (Gold Key, Beta Sigma Kappa)
2015, Residency in Ocular Disease and Low Vision Rehab, Southern Arizona VA Hospital
Denver Eye Surgeons (since 2017)
Arizona Eye Consultants
Fellow, American Academy of Optometry
Dr. Tetrault has clinical experience both in a hospital-based setting, as well as ophthalmology practices. He completed a residency in ocular disease and low vision rehabilitation at the Southern Arizona VA hospital, where he was named chief resident. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Tetrault was raised in Tucson, AZ but now calls the Denver area home. He enjoys hiking, running, cycling, and spending time with his family.
Dr. Deepa R. Thayi, MD
I am a comprehensive ophthalmologist at the Lone Tree Medical Offices. I am originally from India and moved to Colorado due to my husband’s job. We love hiking, walking and driving around our beautiful state with our two daughters. I love what I do and am passionate about the well-being of my patients. To me, the most rewarding part of being a physician is seeing my patient’s vision improve, whether it is after cataract surgery or after treatments for macular degeneration. I lost my grandmother to complications of type 1 diabetes when I was about 7 years old. I was deeply affected by her visual impairment from diabetic retinopathy and decided to become an ophthalmologist to deliver the care to others that she could not access.
In my current practice, I provide comprehensive eye care to adult patients with an emphasis on cataract surgery, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma. My approach is to respect every individual as they are, and to care for them as I would like to be cared for. I am invested in building a relationship with my patients and believe in empowering them with information about their condition. I actively involve them while drafting a treatment plan that supports their goals for health. I take pride in my team and my philosophy is to lead by example, by being the change that I want to see in my team. My team believes in open communication and we are always evaluating ourselves to improve our patient care and satisfaction. To this end, we welcome suggestions and comments from our members.