Dr. Wallace grew up in the Okanagan where he completed his Bachelor of Science degree at UBC with Honours. He then completed his Doctorate of Optometry degree at the University of Waterloo in 2017 and moved to Victoria with his wife in 2019. He loves the outdoors, cooking and spending time with his family.
Noelle has been a part of the Family Eyecare team for almost 2 years now. Although She has spent time in other provinces, she has a special place in her heart for Victoria. With a spunky attitude and a warm smile, Noelle is an integral part of the clinic. She is one of our dry eye specialists and a contact lens coach. Noelle is currently studying to become a certified optometric assistant in Canada.
Originally from Winnipeg, Vickie moved here 3 years ago to enjoy the beautiful weather that Victoria is known for. Vickie is currently taking the Optometric Assistant course. When not studying on the weekend, she is on one of the many trails that the island has to offer.
Georgia, like Kim grew up in the Okanagan and has called Victoria her home for the last couple years. She is mainly at reception, however you might catch her sometimes helping patients with frames. Her creative expertise extends to social media and the wonderful window displays. Georgia’s hobbies include, but are not limited to: music, travel and fashion. You can always find her at Murchies or trying new vegan restaurants.
Kim grew up in the Okanagan but has called Victoria home for the last 30 years. In 2016 she earned her diploma in Office Administration from Camosun College, and soon after was hired at Family Eyecare Centre. Some of Kim’s responsibilities here are reception, booking appointments, pre-testing patients, Care1 referrals and Dry Eye Clinic. On her days off Kim enjoys cooking and spending time with her family and friends.