Dr. Justina Cho
Dr. Justina Cho is a licensed optometrist with passion and commitment for improving patients’ vision, health, and well-being. Having directly interacted with many patients from different age groups and backgrounds, she has become devoted to delivering quality eye care by performing routine vision examinations and providing appropriate corrective solutions for her patients.
Dr. Cho has a vast work experience with proven professional skills – the Great Valley Academy, the Madigan Army Hospital, a Community Health Clinic, and private practices. Her interests include specialty contact lenses, myopia control using orthokeratology, pediatric, and geriatric eye cares.
Dr. Cho completed her Doctorate of Optometry at the Western University College of Optometry and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Information System from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
She is a member of the American Optometric Association, the California Optometric Association, and the Santa Clara Optometric Society.
Dr. Cho enjoys spending time with her friends and family traveling, skiing, hiking, golfing, and camping.
Dr. Everlyn Hien Nguyen
A native of Milpitas, Dr. Nguyen completed her undergrad at the University of California San Diego. She earned her Doctorate of Optometry at Midwestern University in Arizona, where she also has experience in clinical research fields, including published work in the Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics Journal at he College of Optometrists.
Dr. Nguyen has a wide array of clinical experience, including: Norton Sound Health Corporation, Memphis VA Eye Clinic, and Hawks Prairie Vision Clinic
Dr. Nguyen is fluent in English and proficient in Vietnamese.
She is an active member of the Santa Clara County Optometric Society and California Optometric Association. Outside of the practice, she enjoys cooking, traveling, scuba diving, and spending time with her pets.
Dr. Yaushi Chen
Dr. Chen was born in Taiwan and moved to Illinois state when she was 12 years old. She received a BS in Nutrition Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and later went on to complete Illinois College of Optometry in 2005.
Dr. Chen finished her clinical training in Louis Stoke Veteran’s Affairs, Cleveland, OH for low vision and primary care; Franklin Delano Roosevelt Veteran’s Affairs, Montrose, NY for geriatric care with emphasis on glaucoma, cataract, hypertensive and diabetic retinopathy management; University of Chicago Bergman Eye Center for therapeutic management of ocular disease and post operative care; Illinois Eye Institute for contact lens and pediatric care.
Upon graduation from optometry school, she began working for Eye Care Center of America in September 2005. She moved to California in 2012 and joined Eyevue optometry in 2014.