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Our Doctors

We make it a policy to ensure that all staff members are up-to-date on the latest technology and techniques to make your visit as comfortable and effective as possible.

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Dr. Bruce Johnson

Dr. Bruce Johnson, our principal optometrist, moved to Wetaskiwin following graduation from the University of Waterloo with a Doctor of Optometry degree in 1994. Raised in Cold Lake, Alberta he knew he wanted to practice optometry and raise a family in a medium sized community in Alberta. He has found...
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Dr. Lorrie Oliver

Dr. Lorrie Oliver was born and raised in Kirkland Lake, a small mining town in northern Ontario. This small town upbringing forged an interest in helping others and creating better communities. In 1993 Dr. Oliver graduated from the University of Waterloo with Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Optometry degrees....
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Dr. Don Martin

Dr. Martin retired in March 2016. He encourages all of his previous patients to see one of the other optometrists at Doctors Eyecare Wetaskiwin to maintain continuity of care....
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Dr. Jay Whitehead

Dr. Whitehead joined Doctors Eyecare Wetaskiwin in 2009, shortly after we moved to our new location. He is a southern Alberta lad graduating high school in Fort Macleod. After a two year service mission for his church he attended the University of Lethbridge for his undergrad before heading to Waterloo,...
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Due to the COVID-19 crisis, effective immediately we have suspended appointment bookings for non-urgent eye care matters. This includes the following services:

– routine eye exams

– eyeglass and contact lens prescription checks

– eyewear selection, adjustments, and repairs

We are still accepting appointments of an urgent nature, including the following:

– sudden loss of vision

– sudden change in vision

– eye injury

– eye surgery

– eye infection

– sudden onset of light flashes or floaters

-sudden onset of halos around lights, especially if associated with a red, painful eye or brow

-sudden onset of double vision (seeing 2 objects instead of 1, not blur)

-sudden onset of drooping eyelid

Please call 780 361 2020 if you require eye care services of an urgent nature. Please leave a detailed message and we will get back to you. Thank you for your understanding and stay healthy everyone