Expert Optometrist: Dr. Lily Yeh
Originally a native of Taiwan, Dr. Yeh received her Doctor of Optometry from the Southern California College of Optometry, located in Fullerton, California. Before building her practice, she trained at the Washington State Tacoma Army and the San Bernadino Air Force’s clinics for ocular pathology. She also studied at the world’s largest low vision center in Santa Monica, California. The Connecticut State Board of Optometry certified her in the treatment of eye diseases and injuries.
Owning a private practice has always been part of Dr. Yeh’s vision. Her dream realized after opening Emily Eye Care in 1990; Dr. Yeh continues to update her knowledge by taking extensive postgraduate courses in ocular pathology, innovative eye care technology, and pediatric vision care. Being passionate about technology, Emily Eye Care features some of the most state-of-the-art advancements in optical care.
She finished a 10-year continuing education program in 2010 and recently completed her second 10-year CE program in 2020. She started her third CE program this year, taking courses every three months. Dr. Yeh has been servicing the Enfield area in optical care for over 30 years. She named Emily Eye Care after her second daughter Emily.
During her free time, Dr. Yeh enjoys hiking, gardening, and going to the gym. She currently resides in Somers, Connecticut, with her three children: Danielle, Emily, and Max.
Expert Optometrist: Dr. Aaron Lewis
His optometric rotations included specialized training in ocular disease at the Manchester VA Hospital. He also trained at the Perkins School for the Blind, where he worked with patients with advanced stages of vision loss. At the New England College of Optometry’s flagship training clinic, he gained experience fitting specialty contact lenses for the treatment of various corneal diseases as well as myopia control.
During his free time, Dr. Lewis enjoys lifting weights, hiking, and taking care of his small flock of chickens.
Please call our office at: 860-749-1233, if you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.
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