Dr. Norton graduated from the Michigan College of Optometry in 2008 with a Doctor of Optometry Degree. Since her graduation Dr. Norton has been providing exceptional eye care to patients in a local private practice. In July of 2014 Dr. Norton completed the purchase of the office where she had previously been practicing eye and vision health care. In her spare time Dr. Norton enjoys running, reading, and traveling with her husband Andrew.
Dr. Norton also participates in the InfantSEE® program. InfantSEE® participating optometrists provide a comprehensive infant eye assessment between 6 and 12 months of age as a no-cost public service. An InfantSEE® assessment between six and 12 months of age is recommended to determine if an infant is at risk for eye or vision disorders. Since many eye problems arise from conditions that can be identified by an eye doctor in the infant's first year of life, a parent can give an infant a great gift by seeking an InfantSEE® assessment in addition to the wellness evaluation of the eyes that is done by a pediatrician or family practice doctor. To find out more about InfantSEE® please visit their website: http://www.infantsee.org
Rebecca began as a co-op student in 1989 in a local Ophthalmology office. She has spent the last ten years of her career in Optometry. Helping people see clearly has been a 20 year passion. Rebecca would be happy to help you find the perfect new look, or teach you how to use and wear contact lenses. Rebecca enjoys her free time gardening, at Lake Superior agate hunting with her two daughters, all things Spartan, and of course the Detroit Tigers.
Andrea has worked in the field for the past 7 years. She is the 2nd youngest of 8 children and comes from a big family. She is the mother of 4 children, 1 girl and 3 boys. In her spare time, Andrea and her husband enjoy movie night with the kids every Friday. She also enjoys reading, family trips, singing and dancing with her children and gardening. What she loves most about working in optics, is selecting new frames for the office, and helping patients find exactly what they are looking for in a new pair of glasses.