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Dedicated bus line, 25 Angus, from Préfontaine metro or Rosemont metro.
Having always been passionate about the health field and stimulated by the contact with people, I studied in Sciences et Techniques de la Santé et du Social in the south of France. I then gained 5 years of experience as an assistant in a private practice of ophthalmologists. Now that I live in Montreal, it is a privilege for me to be part of the Eye Am Soins oculaires team. As a matter of fact, their professionalism and human values reflect my own to practice this profession with renewed passion and meet the needs of each patient.
I received a doctorate degree in optometry at the Université de Montréal in 1989. My extensive clinical experience allows me to fully understand the needs of my patients and offer them the therapeutics best suited to their visual conditions. My approach to eye examination is primarily based on human relationship, listening and dialogue being the foundation of my practice. For me, optometry is a passion and I humbly think that my patients can sense it. I love teaming up with them and my reward is their loyalty. As a front line specialist in ocular health, I am particularly interested in dry eye syndrome and problems related to the use of screens, but of course I have the general expertise required to manage all visual problems. In addition, I am guided by the desire to always stay one step ahead of medical and technological advancements, making it a point to always keep my training up to date. Social involvement is important to me: I am a member of the optometrist roving team providing eye care services to the Inuit population of Quebec’s Far-North in Nunavik. Your eyes are precious to you and I can assure you that they are just as precious to me.
I obtained my doctorate degree in optometry from the Université de Montréal in 2014 and consequently completed the Canadian Assessment of Competence in Optometry (CACO). After a few months of practice in an optometry clinic, wishing to perfect my knowledge, I completed an optometry eye-health residency certificate at the Institut de l'œil in the Laurentians. Since then, I have worked both in optometry and ophthalmology practices, which allows me to better understand both realities and have a broader practice. In addition, I hold the position of clinical assistant professor at the Clinique universitaire de la vision where I train the next generation. Always seeking new challenges, I became a partner at Eye Am Soins oculaires in 2018. My team spirit, my patient approach and my laughter make me an asset for the clinic and a professional that people enjoy consulting.