Dr. June Tse was born and raised in Southern California. When she was a little girl, she had routine eye exams with her childhood optometrist. Fascinated with all the cool gadgets the optometrist used, she decided to become an optometrist herself. Dr. Tse wanted to help people regain their vision just like her optometrist did for her. She attended University of California, San Diego and received her Bachelor of Arts in Human Development. During her time there, she volunteered at the hospital and worked as an ophthalmic technician. She understands that in order to best serve her patients, it is important for a clinic to have a cohesive staff.
After completing her B.A. degree, she then attended Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B Ketchum University for her Doctorate of Optometry and Master of Science in Vision Science. She completed her thesis on dry eye syndrome and presented several research posters at the American Academy of Optometry meetings. Dr. Tse believes in personalized patient care and tailors each exam to her patient’s visual needs. She developed a passion for treating ocular diseases and fitting contact lenses. She understands the importance of staying up to date on the latest research and products available in the ocular world. Upon graduating from optometry school, Dr. Tse practiced in California for a few years at a private practice and a non-profit organization where she provided free eye exams and glasses to underserved children. During her travels, she fell in love with the great Pacific Northwest and decided to move to Oregon in 2016.
She is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, rock climbing, hiking, backpacking, ballroom dancing, and traveling. She participated in vision screenings within the community and with the Special Olympics. In 2017, Dr. Tse took part in a mission trip to Ghana and provided eye care to children with physical and mental disabilities. She believes that everyone in this world should have access to eye care. Dr. Tse looks forward to meeting you and learning more about your visual needs.
Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University
Doctor of Optometry May 2014
Master of Vision Science May 2014
University of California, San Diego: Bachelor of Arts in Human Development
|2016||Oregon State Optometry License|
|2014||California State Optometry License|
|2014||Diagnostic and Therapeutic Pharmaceutical Agent Certification (DPA/TPA)|
|2014||Lacrimal Irrigation and Dilation/Glaucoma Certification (TLG)|
|2013||Paragon CRT for Corneal Refractive Therapy Student Certification|
|2012||CPR Certification, adult and infant|
|Jan 2018 - Present||Eye Health Northwest|
|Aug 2016 - Dec 2017||Rainbow Optics|
|Feb 2015 - July 2016||Vision to Learn|
|Jan 2015 - July 2016||Golden San Gabriel Optometric Vision Center|
|July 2014 - Aug 2015||Temple City Square Optometry|
|Sept 2014 - Dec 2014||Saddleback Eye Center|
|July 2014 - Aug 2014||Salud Digna|
|June 2014 - July 2014||Greater Valley Vision Center|
|Feb 2017-Mar 2017||Mephibosheth Training Center, Ghana, Africa|
|Oct 2016 - Oct 2017||Impact Your Life - Eugene, Eugene, OR|
|July 2015||Special Olympics World Games, Los Angeles, CA|
|Oct 2013||Children’s Vision Day, Fullerton, CA|
|Mar 2013 - Oct 2013||School Screenings, West Covina/Fullerton, CA|
|Dec 2012||Special Olympics Vision Screening, Irvine, CA|
|Nov 2011, 2012, 2013||Care Harbor Vision Screening, Los Angeles, CA|
|Mar 2012||Coachella Vision Screening, Thermal, CA|
|1990 - Present||Assistant Clinical Professor
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland OR
Veterans Administration Hospital Portland, OR
|Oregon Optometric Physicians Association|
|Lane Optometric Society|
|American Optometric Association|
|California Optometric Association|
|Student Fellows of American Academy of Optometry|
|AOA - Political Actions Committee|
|American Optometric Student Association|
|Cornea and Contact Lens Journal Club|
|Private Practice Club|
|College of Optometrists in Vision Development|
|Spanish Optometric Society|
|2011-2014||Eye Care Center: Clinical Researcher. Research: Sensitivity and Specificity of Tear Break-Up Time|
|2008||Shiley Eye Center: Field Researcher. Research: AREDS 2 Study; Quality of Life & Cataracts; Vision & Learning in Children|
|English, Cantonese, basic clinical Mandarin, and basic clinical Spanish|
|Ballroom dancing, reading, cooking, baking, hiking|
6111 NE Cornell Rd
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Phone : (503) 846-9400
Prior to Your Appointment: Please complete and print the Patient history, HIPPA and payment policy forms even if you are an established patient. Once you have completed the forms, please bring them with you on the day of your appointment. Due to privacy issues, please do not attempt to send these forms to our office via e-mail.
Please check with your insurance company(s) to verify your “vision care” coverage for routine eye examinations by calling the customer service phone number listed on your insurance card. You may also call this same number to verify “medical” benefits for medically necessary visits and procedures.
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As part of your examination with us today, your pupils may be dilated. With dilation, most people experience light sensitivity and difficulty with near vision (such as reading). Some individuals also have difficulty seeing in the distance. The effects of the dilation can last several hours.
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