We realize you have a choice in your vision provider, and want to thank you for allowing us to meet your eye care needs.
Optometrist, Dr. Chan and the entire Precision Eye Care Team take the sincerest pleasure in being a part of your family’s eye care needs. Through personalized service, continuous education, and innovative technology, we strive to form long-term relationships with our patients so that we may be the primary eye care providers for them and their family.
Dr. Chan received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California San Diego in 1986 and her Doctor of Optometry degree in 1990 from Pacific University College of Optometry. To broaden her skills, she also completed a year of residency training specializing in geriatrics and ocular diseases at the Veterans Hospital in Portland. After practicing in the Portland / Vancouver area for nearly seven years, Dr. Chan purchased her first clinic in Battle Ground, Washington. She found private practice very fulfilling and promptly acquired her second office in 1999.
Dr. Chan is involved in both community and professional organizations. As a 30-year member of the American Optometric Association, Dr. Chan has always been an avid supporter of good eye health. Currently serving as the President of the Optometric Physicians of Washington, Dr. Chan is very active in educating the community about vision. She is a Nationally Board Certified Diplomate in her profession and a local Rotarian. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, listening to music, spending time with her family and traveling.
Lisa is our Operations Manager. She has spent many years in retail sales, and merchandise management before coming to Precision Eye Care. She serves as our team leader and our coach. She is passionate about not only the eye health of our patients but also the fashion aspect of eye wear.
When she is not working she likes to spend time with her family. She is also an avid reader.
Bernie is our Lead Optician. When you come for your exam, she will be the person helping you pick out your glasses and advising you on the different features that you can incorporate into your eye wear. She has over a decade’s worth of experience in the optical industry and will make sure that you not only look good in your new eye wear but the frame fits just right. Bernie will make a routine visit fun and easy.
When away from the practice, Bernie enjoys running, hiking and spending time with family.
Roxann is our Medical Assistant. She works closely with our patients to complete the pre-testing portion of the exam. Roxann works with the doctor to ensure that the patients’ medical needs are being met. She has a background in Social Work but has been involved in the optical industry for close to 10 years and enjoys getting to know her patients.
When she isn’t working, Roxann enjoys spending time with her friends and family; cooking, doing game night, and crocheting.
Mary is our official greeter and probably the first person you will see when you come visit us. She loves to meet new people and welcome them into our office. She is responsible for scheduling appointments and gathering insurance information prior to your visit. If you have any questions, Mary will most likely know the answer or be able to help you find it!
When away from work, Mary enjoys spending time with her kids, friends and family. She enjoys hiking, walking/running, cooking, doing music events and any days spent at the beach.
Tuesday 9:00 – 5:00
Wednesday CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING
Thursday CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING
Friday CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING
Saturday 9:00 – 4:00
Dry Eye is an increasing common issue that Dr. Chan was seeing among her patients. After much research, Dr. Chan felt that there was strong need for a local clinic to treat this pervasive disease. She decided to bring in the latest technology and establish the first Dry Eye Center of Excellence in Vancouver, WA.
If you suffer from any of the following symptoms, we can help you treat your dry eye and get back to enjoying your life.
Burning and redness
Foreign body sensation
Sensitivity to light
Contact lens intolerance