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Silicon Valley Optometrist Named OD of the Year

California Optometric Association

For Immediate Release 

March 21, 2018

Contact: Mike Roth, mike@paschalroth.com, 916.444.7170

 

SILICON VALLEY EYE DOCTOR NAMED OPTOMETRIST OF THE YEAR 
BY CALIFORNIA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION

Sacramento, CA – The California Optometric Association (COA) announced it has named Dr. David M. Redman, O.D. the organization’s “Optometrist of the Year” for 2017.  Dr. Redman is a practicing optometrist and partner in Precision Eyecare Centers in San Jose and Mountain View. Redman is also COA’s past president and current chair of the legislative and regulatory committee.

“The California Optometric Association is pleased to recognize Dr. David Redman’s commitment to Californians’ eye heath and to improving access to health for California’s underserved populations,” said Dr. Ranjeet S. Bajwa, President, California Optometric Association. “In addition to his leadership within the practice of optometry and in patient care, Dr. Redman has had a tremendous influence in his community that extends far beyond the exam room. Through his generous commitment of time and talent in service of the public, Dr. Redman has strengthened educational opportunities for young people, delivered eye care to countless needy patients, and improved access to care throughout California.” 

The award recognizes Dr. Redman’s monumental contributions to the field of eye health, which include leadership in the California Optometric Association, where he served as president from 2008-09.  Redman’s advocacy on behalf of the profession resulted in a landmark California laws that protected optometrists’ independent judgment in serving patients and expanded optometrists’ roles in treating glaucoma and caring for diabetic patients. He has also been a leading voice in the effort to expand eye care access to school-age children.

"So much of our learning is done through the eyes, and that’s why I’m so passionate about ensuring every child has the opportunity to see clearly,” said Dr. Redman.  “It’s an honor to share the opportunity for sight with children and adults throughout our region and to help shape California laws to expand access to eye care and health."

Redman’s public service has included organizing and participating in countless vision care clinics, serving on the board of Salud Para La Gente clinics and on the First 5 San Benito Children’s and Family Commission.  Dr. Redman’s public service also includes numerous appearances on the San Francisco Bay Area NBC affiliate channel KNTV, educating viewers on dry eye and children's vision issues.

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Established in 1899, the California Optometric Association is California's oldest organized community for doctors of optometry. Representing doctors of optometry throughout the state, COA is dedicated to support and advance the profession of optometry to assure quality health care for all Californians. Learn more at coavision.orgFacebook.com/California Optometric and Twitter.com/COA_Vision

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