Working in the field of optometry since 2013
Dr. Pham has been taking care of patients in the field of optometry for over two years, spending the last year co-managing refractive surgery and cataract surgery in both Southern California and Austin, TX.
During her 4th year of optometry school, she completed externships through the Eye Care Center in Fullerton, CA, JWCH Institute in Los Angeles, CA, NVISION Lasik Center in Fullerton , CA, Hu Hu Kam Memorial Hospital in Sacaton, AZ, Kaiser Permanente in Baldwin Park, CA, Optometric Center of Los Angeles, CA, and the Center for Partially Sighted in Culver City, CA.
Dr. Pham currently resides in Austin, TX with her husband and their two cats. She is passionate about music, singing, piano, crafts, cooking, baking, experiencing new foods, and seeking out new adventures.
“The look on a patient's face the moment they are first able to open their eyes and see the world through a new perspective without the aid of corrective lenses is a feeling I never get tired of. Knowing that I was a part of a process that helped to improve a patient's quality of life is what drives me. Every patient is a unique experience and I strive to give them the best care possible by using the most advanced technology to examine and educate them on all the risks and benefits from the procedures.”
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