Board Eligible, American Board of Ophthalmology
Dr. Bryce R. Radmall grew up in Ogden, Utah and completed his undergraduate studies at Weber State University where he served as the College of Science Student Senator and graduated summa cum laude as a double major with a B.S. in Zoology and a B.A. in Spanish. He received the distinguished Graduate of the Year Award from the College of Arts and Humanities as well as the Department of Zoology. He discovered his love of medicine, with a particular interest in ophthalmology, as he organized and participated in multiple medical missions to the Amazon region of Peru. Dr. Radmall attended the University of Utah School of Medicine where he graduated with highest honors, being inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society.
Dr. Radmall completed his residency in ophthalmology at Oregon Health and Science University’s Casey Eye Institute. He then pursued two additional years of fellowship training with an ASOPRS (American Society of Ocular Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) approved training program at the University of Iowa. This fellowship program is consistently recognized as one of the premier training programs in the country.
At the conclusion of his fellowship he was recognized with the Fellow of the Year Award as well as the acclaimed PJ Leinfelder Research Award for his work on eyelid lift surgical techniques.
When away from the office, Dr. Radmall most enjoys spending time with his wife, who is a Suzuki violin instructor. Together they have three children with whom they share their love of music and exploring the natural beauty of Oregon. Dr. Radmall’s hobbies include golf, basketball, camping, boating, cycling, photography, snow skiing, piano, and gardening.
Dr. Radmall is fluent in Spanish.
"Dr. Radmall did an excellent job on my lower eyelid. It was turning in and felt like something was in my eye all the time. My surgery went well and healed quickly. I can’t see any scar and don’t see any noticeable difference between my two eyes. I would recommend him to everyone."