Welcome to a new era in eyewear. Our newest, most advanced lenses have changed the way we see not only lens technology, but life itself. These revolutionary progressive lenses are helping patients see their world at every distance with completely natural, comfortable and customized vision.
FYidoctors was founded on the idea that our fellow Canadians deserve to see their very best, with access to the highest in quality care and the most advanced eye care technology. We’ve grown from a small handful of doctors in Western Canada to a national brand of over 250 clinics. We owe that success to our relentless drive to put our patients’ vision first, invest in Canadian technology, support Canadian people and engage with our communities.
Our 500+ doctors and 2800+ team members all live and work in Canada, including at our very own lens manufacturing lab in Delta, BC, where we produce and ship the most technologically advanced digital Internal Freeform lenses for patients across the country. The ability not only to help Canadians see life at its best, but to provide them with rewarding career opportunities too, motivates us every day.
As we continue to grow, our roots will always be firmly planted in Canadian soil. And we think that’s something to be incredibly proud of.
Dr. Angela Miller earned both her BSc in Biology and Chemistry and her Doctor of Optometry through the University of Waterloo. She was an excellent student who made the Dean’s List and completed a rotation with the ophthalmology department at Houston Eye Associates in Texas, training in inflammatory, corneal, and retinal diseases during her studies. Dr. Miller was inspired to pursue a career in vision care while supporting her father through glaucoma. She has since dedicated herself to resolving her patients’ vision challenges and providing comprehensive eye care.
She has two children and a cavalier spaniel who loves to chew eyeglasses and chase hockey pucks. Dr. Miller and her family enjoy reading, playing together, and spending lots of time at the hockey rink where she trains her daughter’s team and plays ball hockey.