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Walker heads optometric association

Optometric physician Douglas Walker, OD, was recently installed as president of The Oregon Optometric Physicians Association at the organization’s Annual Convention held at the Red Lion Hotel in Portland.

Also installed were James Hale, OD, Corvallis, as President Elect; Trevor Cleveland, OD, Springfield, as Secretary Treasurer; and as Directors, Salisa Williams, OD, Tualatin; Bonnie Gauer, OD, Roseburg; Rick Burk, OD, Tualatin; Matt Richardson, OD, Grants Pass; and Tara Pinske, OD, Beaverton.

The Oregon Optometric Physicians Association is a professional association of optometric physicians throughout Oregon and conducts public service projects related to vision and eye health care.  It is affiliated with the American Optometric Association.

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