Meet some of the eye doctors ready to tend to your eye care issues:

 

Dr. Sunny Mehta

Dr. Mehta was born and raised in Edmonton and attended the University of Waterloo School of Optometry. He graduated in 2004 and moved back to Edmonton to be close to his family and pursue employment opportunities. He worked in group practices in Edmonton, Sherwood Park, St. Albert and Lloydminster. Dr. Mehta settled down in Edmonton and got married in 2008. Since that time, he has started a young family. He is interested in several eye pathologies and research. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with family and friends, including playing golf in the summers and travelling with his family.


Dr. Joanne Ngo

Dr. Ngo graduated with honours from the New England College of Optometry in Boston. She was born and raised in Edmonton and moved back home in 2010 to practice primary care optometry; she is proficient at treating ocular disease and loves providing eye care to your entire family. Dr. Ngo looks forward to family dinners at Grandma’s house each week. In the winter, she enjoys skiing in the mountains; in the summer, she enjoys rock climbing. Joanne holds a black belt in Chinese Kung Fu and currently teaches aspiring martial artists in the Edmonton community.


Dr. Sarah Cheng

Dr. Cheng was born and raised in Edmonton, she completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Alberta before completing her Doctor of Optometry degree at New England College of Optometry in 2013.
Growing up in the Millwoods community she saw her local optometrist annually and quickly gravitated to the profession. Seeing optometry as an opportunity to deliver quality and patient centered care is one of the most enjoyable aspects of her profession.

During her time spent in Boston she acquired the knowledge and skills to serve patients from all ages and backgrounds. Her most memorable experiences during this time was working in Boston’s community centers and the Veteran’s Affair Hospitals.

Some of her favorite past times are spending time with friends and family along with running.

Why optometry:

Optometry has given me the unique opportunity to connect with others in a deep and meaningful way. I never fail to see myself in the patient across from me and if we are able to help every individual across from us in the smallest of ways, we can deem each day at work a successful one.


Dr. Amanda Stout

Dr. Stout graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry on the Dean’s Honour List in 2017. She first became interested in the visual system while completing her Bachelor of Science at McGill University in Montreal (graduating in 2011 with a major in anatomy & cell biology and a minor in neuroscience). With a focus on primary eye care for the whole family, Dr. Stout enjoys finding creative solutions for unmet visual needs and helping patients gain a better understanding of their eye conditions. She takes special interest in myopia control, binocular vision, and dry eye/ocular surface disease.


Dr. Deepka Bhaskar

Dr. Deepka Bhaskar grew up in Edmonton, Alberta and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alberta in 2010. She graduated from the Optometry program at Aston University Birmingham, England in 2014.

Dr. Bhaskar trained at Kent and Canterbury hospital in Canterbury, England focusing on diabetes, glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration management. Her training also included working in primary care in a high ocular disease population. Her special interests include treating dry eye disease.

Dr. Bhaskar strives to bring quality eye care and education to her patients.

What she loves about Optometry:

“One of my favorite parts of being an Optometrist is being able to show patients their ocular health with different forms of advanced ocular technology – like retinal photography” -Dr. Bhaskar