We have been providing eyecare to patients in the Olympia area since 1983. Our staff consists of highly trained assistants and licensed dispensing opticians working with the most modern and accurate equipment to make your visit to our office as efficient and pleasant as possible.
Dale ToslandOD, Diplomate | American Board of Optometry
Dr. Dale L. Tosland received his Bachelor of Science degree at Pacific University in Oregon. He received his Doctor of Optometry degree in 1983 from The Pacific University College of Optometry. Dr. Tosland completed his externship training at the Tripler Army Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. While in college he served as the vice president of the Phi Beta Kappa honors fraternity. He is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Optometric Physicians of Washington and a past president of the Olympic Society of Optometric Physicians.
His professional interests are primary patient care, contact lenses,glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease and refractive surgery. Dr. Tosland specializes in bifocal contact lenses, correction for astigmatism and Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) nightwear lenses for the correction of myopia without surgery. He is a past president of the Olympia Lions Club where he has also served as a board member. He lives in Olympia with his wife Jamie and has two sons Dane and Clint.
Joanna HawsOD / Pediatric Specialist
Dr. Joanna S. Haws, who is fluent in spanish, has been working in pediatric optometry and ophthalmology practices for over 15 years. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS in Zoology, and received her Optometry degree at Pacific University in Oregon. In connection with Pacific University, she was selected to participate in the prestigious Pediatric and Strabismus Referral Center in Portland. Since completing her optometric degree, she has worked in a primary care setting, serving all age patients and providing care as a pediatric specialist. She works with state and local preschools, health care providers, and local organizations to assist with infant/toddler early intervention vision programs.
Dr. Haws has a well-demonstrated commitment to helping people improve their ocular health. As part of that commitment, she travelled to Chile where she and other professionals provided eye care and lenses for over 1,500 children and adults in a small community. Dr. Haws is a member of the American Optometric Association, and the Optometric Physicians of Washington, and currently serves as OPW Olympic Optometric Society Secretary and Treasurer. Originally from the Seattle area, she and her husband Dan enjoy the smaller town feel that Olympia has to offer. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, quilting, playing the piano, and spending time with friends and family.
Mary FerrisOD, FAAO
Dr. Mary Ferris’ compassion is appreciated by patients and staff alike. She is easy-going, patient, and innovative. Her broad range of clinical interests and skills make her versatile and ready for a challenge, handled with a caring manner.
Originally from the small town of Michigan City, Indiana, she became captivated with all the Pacific Northwest has to offer from a young age, and moved west following graduation. Dr. Ferris speaks Spanish and enjoys interacting with Hispanic cultures. She spent a year in residency working at the Centro de Rehabilitcion Visual in Guanajuato, Mexico. She is a graduate of Purdue University and the Indiana University School of Optometry. In addition, she has completed primary care residency training with the Jonathan M. Wainwright Veterans Administration hospital in Walla Walla, Washington, as well as ocular disease and surgical co-management with PCLI (Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute) in Kennewick, WA.
She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, member of the Optometric Physicians of Washington, secretary of the Olympic Optometric Society, and member of the American Optometric Association. In her spare time, Dr. Ferris enjoys volunteering with the Junior League of Olympia, travelling with VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity) and volunteering at the Union Gospel Mission free eye clinic. Mary, her husband Scott, and teenage stepson Jake enjoy kayaking, snorkeling, and travel.
R. Trent ClunyOD
Dr. Trent Cluny is positive, thoughtful and relaxed. His focus in primary eye care is his area of greatest fulfillment. Originally from the small town of Evanston, Wyoming, he spent two years in Eastern Spain and speaks Spanish fluently. Dr. Cluny is a graduate from University of Wyoming and Pacific University College of Optometry. Upon graduation with honors he completed a contact lens clinical trial and practiced in the refractive surgery industry. He has resided in Oregon the past six years and is happy to stay in the Northwest as he and his family thoroughly enjoys it. Dr. Cluny is an Eagle Scout and had been working with 11 year old scouts in Oregon before his relocation to Olympia. He and his wife have two young children who keep Dr. Cluny very busy in his spare time.
Sociable, good-natured and relaxed, Dr. Angela Loeb loves helping people and learning new things. Dr. Loeb was born and raised in California. She attended the University of California, Davis where she graduated with a degree in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior. She went on to complete her doctorate through Indiana University School of Optometry, graduating with high honors.
She focuses on providing quality patient care and believes in building relationships with her patients. She is trained and licensed to use diagnostic and therapeutic pharmaceuticals for the treatment and management of eye diseases. Dr. Loeb is specialized in Orthokeratology. She spends time volunteering at the Union Gospel Mission free Eye Clinic. In her free time she enjoys reading, movies, music and travel. Dr. Loeb and her husband Brian, a classical musician, live in Olympia, with their son Henry and daughters Penelope, Norah and Charlotte.
Jeremy WhitneyOD, FAAO
Positive, dedicated and caring, Dr. Jeremy Whitney believes trust and communication between patients and physicians are keys to providing quality care. After growing up on the Olympic Peninsula in Port Angeles, WA, Dr. Whitney obtained his undergraduate degree with honors from Linfield College. He started his career in optometry as a researcher at the State University of New York College of Optometry where he later received his doctorate degree. Along with graduating with honors, Dr. Whitney was the recipient of the Columbia Award for Academic & Clinical Achievement in Ocular Pathology and the Dr. William M. Eisenberg Memorial Award for Excellence in Ocular Disease.
After receiving his optometric degree, Dr. Whitney traveled to Maryland and received additional training during his residency in ocular disease at Seidenberg & Protzko Eye Associates. During his residency, Dr. Whitney was a sub-investigator in national clinical research studies for the development of new pharmaceutical drugs and devices. He has lectured at multiple continuing education meetings for fellow optometrists, presented posters at the American Academy of Optometry and was a contributor to the Review of Optometry editorial case series, Retina Revealed.
He has experience in a variety of clinical settings including emergency eye care, nursing home, specialty contact lens and pre/post-operative eye care. Dr. Whitney is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, has served as the president of the Olympic Optometric Society and is an adjunct clinical instructor for 4th year externs at Pacific University.
Dr. Whitney loves the Pacific Northwest and enjoys fishing, hiking and all the great outdoor activities Puget Sound has to offer. He is also an avid sports fan and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Lisa HoltmanOD / Pediatric Specialist
Thoughtful and compassionate, Dr. Lisa Holtman loves to stay up to date on the latest ways to best help her patients. She grew up in northern Minnesota and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Bemidji State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from Midwestern University Arizona College of Optometry and received honors of Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society President and COVD Excellence in Vision Therapy. Throughout optometry school she was very active in various organizations, always volunteering her time and skills.
After graduation, Dr. Holtman moved to New Hampshire to receive additional training via a residency program in the areas of pediatrics, vision therapy and rehabilitation, and brain injury. She gained extensive experience with special population patients, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Down Syndrome, and more. She developed a competency in diagnosing and managing various binocular vision disorders that can impact a child’s ability to succeed in school. Dr. Holtman also regularly traveled to rehabilitation hospitals completing eye exams on individuals who had recently experienced a stroke, brain surgery, or head trauma; all of which can have devastating effects on vision and everyday activities. She gained knowledge in providing solutions for this, including prescribing specific glasses and/or vision therapy.
She is attentive, organized, and strategic in her clinical approach when working with patients to find a solution and plan to reach their goals. Dr. Holtman is excited about bringing her skills in these areas of optometry to the Olympia/Lacey area. In her free time she enjoys being outdoors, hiking, traveling, volunteering, spending time with family, and plans to get a dog soon.