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Sue Ann Sanford, O.D.

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Dr. Sue Ann Sanford grew up in Hereford, Texas, a small town in the panhandle and is a graduate of the University of Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor of Science degree. She obtained her Doctorate of Optometry in 2005 at The Illinois College of Optometry.Her experience at Northeastern State University College of Optometry Residency program in Primary Care at the Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center in Amarillo provided Dr. Sanford with the tools to work with her patients to ensure the optimum quality of care.

She was a recipient of the Academic Distinction Scholarship to attend the University of Texas at Dallas and was also a LULAC scholarship recipient. She was awarded a Trustee’s Scholarship to attend the Illinois College of Optometry. In addition, she became a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry in 2015.

Dr. Sanford has been practicing Primary eye Care for over 12 years with a special interest in contact lenses. She was drawn to optometry by experiencing the profession working for several optometry and ophthalmology practices in the Dallas area. She notes. “I love being able to make a difference in patient’s lives with providing them the best vision possible. I also enjoy mentoring and teaching those who are interested in this field. “

While away from the office, she is working up to a half marathon by running 5k races. She is married to her college sweetheart and they enjoy time with their three fur babies (2 jack russell terriers and a lab mix).

COVID-19 Update

Your health and well-being is our top priority at Focusing on Eye Care. In following recommendations provided by the CDC, we have implemented protocols at our office in order to continue to protect the health of our patients and our team.

Every patient and staff member will be screened for COVID-19 risk factors and have their temperature checked. This applies to all patients and their accompanying guests. Should you or a guest have a temperature indicating a fever or have other risk factors for COVID-19 you will be asked to reschedule your appointment for a later date until you are well or clear of any potential illness for a minimum of 14 days.

As we continue to practice social distancing, we ask that patients please come to their appointment unaccompanied. If you are requiring a guest to accompany you, we are limiting the number of guests in our facilities to 1 per patient, and we ask that you only bring a guest with you if it is absolutely necessary.

In addition, we are asking all employees, patients and their guests to wear face coverings while in our facilities at all times.

Thank you for all your cooperation as we continue to help you with your eye care needs and for helping us reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Stay Well,

Focusing on Eye Care