All the way from the wild (and very flat) west, Graham comes to us from Saskatchewan. He is an optometrist with a special interest in pediatric eye care, binocular vision assessment and treatment, and ocular disease management.
Graham earned his Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree from the University of Waterloo, a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, and did his undergraduate studies in biochemistry at the University of Saskatchewan. He completed a fellowship with the American Academy of Optometrists (FAAO) with case studies focused on neurological binocular vision pathologies. He received advanced ocular disease training from the Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Pennsylvania. Graham also works as a clinical supervisor for the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science and is the Director of Urgent Care Services at the Ocular Health Centre (OHC). OHC is a multi-ophthalmologist tertiary care clinic focused on ocular emergencies and surgeries. Along with emergency eye care, this allows Graham to pursue interests in clinical research and education.
Graham’s favourite lines are Lindberg and MYKITA. His favourite things to do include, spending time with his wife and two kids, woodworking, reading and hiking. The best local independent businesses, according to Graham, are Rumbletum Café & Gifts and Crowsfoot Smokehaus.
As per the Government of Ontario, Masks are still required in all health care settings at this time, for all individuals over 2 years of age.
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