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News

  • August is Children’s Vision and Learning Month

    2017 is the inaugural year for this proclamation, which was just signed into effect on August 1st by Governor Inslee.  We would like to thank our colleague, Carrie Murphy, O.D., with Alderwood Vision Therapy, who devoted many volunteer hours to increase public awareness of visually caused learning difficulties, thereby enhancing the probability of diagnosing visual […]

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  • Optometry Giving Sight – International and Local Philanthropy

    Broadway Vision Source is committed to enhancing vision locally as well as in our global community. We have chosen Optometry Giving Sight as our charitable focus. Optometry Giving Sight is the only global fundraising initiative that specifically targets the prevention of blindness and impaired vision due to uncorrected refractive error (URE). At least 670 million […]

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  • Optos Ultra Wide Field Digital Imaging

    Since 2003, the doctors at Broadway Vision Source have been utilizing Optos’ Optomap Retinal Imaging to more efficiently perform retinal evaluations, often without necessitating pupil dilation. Optomap retinal imaging enables the doctor to better detect, and/or monitor retinal disease. It also provides a permanent digital image that is often used to track for change over time that […]

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  • Broadway Vision Source named winner of CV+ Award

    Broadway Vision Source was named the winner of Coopervision’s CV+ Award for Excellence in Practice Marketing. Click here to read the full article which was featured on the front page of Click, an optical industry newsletter. The full article was featured on the front page of Click, an optical industry newsletter.

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  • Dr’s. Matsunami and Nakatsu Become Diplomats in the American Board of Optometry

    Dr’s Matsunami and Nakatsu took and passed their examinations in 2015 to become Diplomats in the American Board of Optometry.  American Board of Optometry (ABO) board certification is a process that allows doctors of optometry to demonstrate that they exceed entry level requirements and are maintaining the appropriate knowledge, skills and experience to deliver quality eye […]

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  • Welcome Merry Jo Gonzales, L.D.O.

    We are pleased to announce that Merry Jo Gonzales has joined us to provide an even better customer service experience at Broadway Vision Source. Formerly an optician/employee, then owner of First Hill Optical in Seattle over a span of 31 years, Merry Jo brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and a work ethic to go […]

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  • Giving Back to Our Community

    In conjunction with the Seattle YWCA’s Health Access’s Eyecare for the Homeless Program (EHP), Dr. Matsunami has been providing free eye exams, including treating patients who do not have the resources to afford proper care for cataract surgeries, or glaucoma. We are grateful to be able to provide the gift of vision, and this letter from an EHP patient just […]

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