Dr. Olsen enjoys all aspects of the Optometric profession including pediatric eye care, contact lens fitting, disease management, and pre/post-operative care. His philosophy is to spend more time with the patients to ensure they understand what is going on with their eyes and all the options available to them.
Dr. Bailey graduated from the Southern California College of Optometry, where he received extensive training in all modes of practice, including primary care, pediatrics, ocular disease and contact lens fitting.
Dr. Bailey is from a small town in northern Arizona. After serving a two year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Czech Republic, he received his bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University. Dr. Bailey is an avid sports fan, enjoys playing football and basketball, singing, reading and spending time with his wife and three children.
Dr. Bailey has recently joined our office in 2019, and works aside Dr. Olsen on Mondays.
Jericha has been office manager since 2014 and has had 10 years of optical experience in private practice. Jericha received her certification from the American Board of Opticians in 2012. She is knowledgeable about the newest technology in contact lenses, Progressive lenses (no-line bifocal), Transitions lenses and all additional lens treatments available for your eyeglasses. Jericha loves fashion and enjoys helping others shop for their personalized eyewear.
Jennifer joined the office in 2012. She has been an optician for over 20 years. Jennifer will fit you for your new eyewear and is an expert in recommending lenses for every lifestyle; whether for computer, sun wear, or occupational. She knows all about the newest technology for Digital Eyewear, Blue Light Protection, and many other treatments for your lenses. Jennifer enjoys working closely with patients each day, assisting them in selecting the best set of frames for every occasion.
Dana joined our office nearly 2 years ago. She moved to Arizona from upstate New York, in 2010, and has loved it ever since. Dana has worked in the optical industry for over 20 years. She has gained her valuable experience from several private practices as an optometric technician and an apprentice optician. Dana will assist you when you schedule your visits, help you with your insurance benefits, and adjust and repair your eyeglasses. Dana's experience in customer service allows her to be very helpful when looking for the most modern and fashion eyewear and lens technology.
Reyna has been with our office for 3 years. Reyna is a native Arizonian, and a local to the Red Mountain area. Reyna started in the optical industry in 2014 as an optometric technician and quickly advanced to an optician position due to her respectable skills in patient care. Reyna has worked in retail and private practice and is looking forward to advancing her education as a certified Optician. Reyna will assist you when you schedule your visits, pick out eyeglasses, and perform preliminary testing prior to your examination.
Lori recently joined our office in early 2019. She has lived in Arizona 16 years and recently got married in 2018. Lori enjoys photography and hiking. She is new to the eyecare industry but is avidly learning about eyeglasses and contact lenses. Lori is our optometric technician, who will assist Dr. Olsen in performing the preliminary testing prior to your examination. Lori is our new Scleral Lens specialist who will help assist you in inserting and removing your lenses, taking your scans for your fitting, and helping Dr. Olsen achieve the best vision and comfort possible out of your contacts.
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