Dr. Wenz joined a smaller group in NJ where he practiced several years before moving on to a busy group practice with a strong emphasis on ocular pathology and trauma.
David W. Wenz, OD attended Rutgers University in New Jersey where he received his B.A. in Biology. He then went on to earn his Doctorate of Optometry with honors at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. Upon completion, Dr. Wenz joined a smaller group in NJ where he practiced several years before moving on to a busy group practice with a strong emphasis on ocular pathology and trauma. He gained invaluable experience managing many glaucoma and corneal cases working along side two sub-specialists while heading the contact lens department.
After discovering the Portland metro area while visiting family in the Northwest several years ago, Dr. Wenz and his wife fell in love with the area and decided to relocate. Their love for the outdoors and active lifestyle helped seal the deal. In his spare time, Dr. Wenz enjoys numerous outdoor activities including snowboarding, whitewater kayaking, surfing and mountain-climbing.
Dr. Wenz joined the staff of EyeHealth Northwest in 2008.
|Indiana University School of Optometry (Bloomington, IN)
Doctor of Optometry
|Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ)
Bachelor of Arts, Biological Sciences
|2005 - 2008||Jersey Shore Eye Associates, P.C.
Primary Care, Ocular Disease/Emergencies, Pre/Post-op Cataract, Glaucoma Management, Contact Lenses
|2001 - 2005||Optometric Physicians of Red Bank, NJ
Primary Care, Contact Lenses, Ocular Disease & Emergencies
|2000 - 2001||Parkway Eye Care, Irvington, NJ
Primary Care, Ocular Disease & Emergencies, Contact Lenses
|Proficient with all CL's (including multifocals, keratoconus, &RPG's ) Familiar with business/management aspect of optpmetric practice Responsible for ophthalmic technical support at last position|
12050 SE Stevens Rd., Suite 100
Happy Valley, OR 97086
Phone : (503) 656-4221
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