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Dr. Tiffany Nazareth

Dr. Tiffany Nazareth

Dr. Tiffany Nazareth graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science on the Dean’s Honour List, after completing her Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology from McGill University. During her externship year, she worked at the Veterans’ Affairs Medical Centre in Lexington, Kentucky, managing diabetes, glaucoma, pre- and post-operative cataract procedures and macular degeneration. Dr. Nazareth is originally from the Toronto area, and has worked alongside optometrists in North York, Woodbridge and Brampton. She has also served on an eye-care mission to Peru with Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH).

As a certified member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists (OAO) to prescribe ocular therapeutics, Dr. Nazareth practises full-scope optometry in Kingston, with interests in ocular health and contact lenses. In 2016, she founded the Kingston Society of Optometrists (KSO), and works to coordinate partnerships in education between Ophthalmology, Optometry, and industry partners. She is the OAO Ambassador to the Kingston Region, and the Regional Lead for the Eye See... Eye Learn... (ESEL) program in Southeastern Ontario. In her spare time, she likes to travel, explore the outdoors, play boardgames, experiment with cooking, and spend quality time with her husband, Brandon, and daughter.

She welcomes new patients and looks forward to meeting you and your family! Si vous préférez service en Français, Dr. Nazareth espère améliorer sa communication maintenant qu’elle habite une communauté bilingue encore une fois. Dites « salut » pendant votre prochaine visite chez notre clinique!

In February 2022, the Ministry of Health issued an extension of expired Health Cards until September 30th, 2022.  The date is nearing and we wish to remind you to check the expiry date of your health card prior to your appointment if it's after October 1st, 2022. ALL RED&WHITE health cards without expiry dates will no longer be valid after September 30th, 2022.

IF YOUR HEALTH CARD IS EXPIRED, YOU WILL NOT HAVE OHIP COVERAGE STARTING OCTOBER 1, 2022 AND YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY OUT OF POCKET FOR YOUR HEALTH SERVICES.