Dr. Lee earned her Doctor of Optometry degree at Southern California College of Optometry. She's had extensive experience in a variety of clinical settings such as Veterans Affairs in Palo Alto, Naval Hospital in Carlsbad and working with the underprivileged in Downtown Los Angeles.
Dr. Lee is glaucoma and TPA certified to practice full scope Optometry, including specialty contact lens fitting such as Ortho-Keratology for myopia control and hybrid contacts for irregular corneas. Aside from contacts, Dr. Lee also performs diabetic eye exams, glaucoma treatment and co-management of pre/post LASIK and cataract surgery.
In her free time she likes to travel abroad, her top 3 destinations thus far is Angkor Wat (Cambodia), Cinque Terre (Italy) and Hallstatt (Austria). When she is not traveling, you can find her entertaining her dog Amber, a sassy mini Australian shepherd.
Dr. Lee was born in Toronto, Canada and moved to the US when she was 12. Occasionally her Canadian accent will still slip out. She is fluent in Mandarin and very passionate about providing excellent care to her patients.
Dr. Derrick Koo, OD
Undergraduate education at the University of California, Los Angeles, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiological Sciences and Specialization in Business and Administration
Doctor of Optometry education at the Southern California College of Optometry in Fullerton, CA
Clinical training at Optometric Center of Los Angeles and the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Las Vegas, NV
California State Board of Optometry
Treatment and management of eye diseases
Certified to perform lacrimal irrigation and dilation procedures for patients over the age of 12 years
Certified to diagnose and treat primary open angle glaucoma in patients over the age of 18 years
Family practice, eye infection and allergies, glaucoma
Contact lenses, CRT/Ortho-K contacts for myopia control, rigid lenses and specialty hybrid lenses
National Eye Institute (NEI) funded project, conducted at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry, titled "Characterization of the connexin mutations for eye size control and retinal function in mice"
"Correlations of the Grade Level Equivalent Scores Among Three Reading Tests" was funded by a grant from the American Academy of Optometry, and published in the Journal of Behavioral Optometry. The study intended to show the relationship between reading eye movements and reading comprehension.
Basketball, college football and NFL, cooking
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