YOUR EYE CARE PROVIDER THAT CARES
Dr. Kimberly Chan ensures that her patients receive the highest level of eye care. Dr. Chan offers comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fittings, dry eye assessments, LASIK co-management, emergency eye care, and more. Schedule your eye exam at her Markham or Toronto Clinic,
Updated: April 25, 2022
Mask Mandate: All patients are required to wear masks during the eye exam. Due to the close examining proximity, masks must be worn to ensure safety for everyone. As per the College of Optometrist,
"mask requirements have been extended until June 11, 2022." Thank you for your cooperation.
Ontario Optometrists have taken a pause on the job action and resumed seeing OHIP patients since November 23rd, 2021
Negotiations with the Ontario Association of Optometrists and the Ontario government are still in progress. We are hoping for an outcome that can better support for Ontarians and the future of optometry in Ontario.
The health and safety of our patient community is, and always will be, our top priority. We will be following requirements from the Ministry of Health, and guidance from the College of Optometrists of Ontario, designed to protect the public and ensure we are practising in the safest way possible. Don't hesitate to contact us to let us know you are interested in scheduling an eye exam at our Toronto or Markham Clinic. We can't wait to see you again.
Eye exams include detailed visual assessment with emphasis on early diagnosis and management of
eye diseases in adult
and pediatric population.
Learn more about your contact lens options and candidacy for laser-corrective procedures.
Dry Eye Diagnosis & Treatment
Dry eye consultations and diagnostic testing with tear film analysis, meibography, corneal scanning, etc. New patient and referrals are welcomed. Schedule your dry eye assessment today.
Due to the increase prevalence of myopia in young children, it is recommended to have regular eye examinations. Baseline axial length measurements & corneal topography are performed to determine suitability of various myopic control treatments.
Program options: low-dose Atropine, spectacles, soft contact lenses, or orthokeratology.