Meet the Staff

Opticians

  • Khristine

    Khristine is a graduate of National Career Education with a certificate degree in Optometric Assisting. She has been with Swan Family Optometry since 2010. She is very energetic and would love to help you pick out the latest fashionable frame, discuss the best lens options available for your lifestyle needs and maximize your insurance benefits. You will most likely meet Khristine while she performs a few quick tests before you go into the exam room with Dr. Swan or Dr. Chan. She enjoys spending time with family and friends over great food and is excited about the newest technological devices

  • Renata

    Renata joined our team in November of 2014.  She is a graduate of National Career Education with a certificate degree in Optometric Assisting with over 10 years’ experience.  She is quick to greet you when you check in with her cheery smile, perform Diagnostic tests prior to seeing Dr. Swan or Dr. Chan or help you pick out a frame and discuss lens options.    She enjoys spending time with her family, exercising and learning about new technology

  • Naomi

    Naomi, with her calming personality, joined our team in July of 2017.  She is an ABO Certified Optician who graduated from National Career Education in the year of 2007 and has been in the industry for 12 years.  She enjoys “being the Jack of all trades” and likes to dip her foot into everything from assisting you at with frame selection, frame adjustments, Diagnostic testing or greeting you upon arrival.  In her spare time, she loves to dance, sing and spend time with her beautiful 2 children: one son and one daughter.

  • Chrissy

    Chrissy is our latest addition to our team and joined us May of 2018.  She is ABO certified, has been working in Optical for 18 years and enjoys keeping up with the latest trends in fashion and technology.  She enjoys making patient satisfaction her top priority and is always up for a challenge.  Outside of work Chrissy loves to spend time with family and friends, being outdoors and traveling to tropical places where the water is warm and the visibility is great!

Billing

  • Maggie

    Maggie joined our office in September 2016.  She comes to us with extensive knowledge in billing with over 30 years’ experience and is eager to assist you with any questions on your account.  She has lived in the Fair Oaks area since childhood.  In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family which include her husband, her adult children and her grandchildren.  She is a proud member of the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks and loves to do volunteering.

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Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:45 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:45 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-6:45 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:45 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:45 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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