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.
After graduating from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree received with High Distinction, Dr. Lisa Tay continued her studies at the University of Waterloo, where she completed her Doctor of Optometry degree with Dean’s Honours.
Dr. Tay’s special interest in myopia control was inspired by her personal experience with complicated vision challenges since childhood and the specialist treatment she received. She deeply understands the value of dedicated and comprehensive vision health care and is committed to providing that for all of her patients.
Dr. Tay has also brought this commitment to her work with Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH), which has included providing eye care to Indigenous children in Manitoulin Island, Ontario. When she is not in the clinic, she enjoys running by the lakeshore, trying out new coffee shops, hike trails and recipes, spending time with loved ones, and collecting house plants.