FYidoctors - Richmond

100-7997 Westminister Hwy.
Richmond (British Columbia)
V6X 1A4
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
8:30 AM - 8:00 PM
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Meet Our Optometrists

Goleta Amirli

Originally from Saskatchewan, Dr. Goleta Amirli attended the University of Regina where she majored in Chemistry. She received her Doctorate of Optometry from Pacific University in Oregon in 2009. Her clinical training included internships at Eyes of Arizona Vision & Surgery Center, Blackwell Vision Center in Oklahoma, Portland Vision Clinic in Oregon, and Spivack-Omni Eye Specialists in Colorado.

Dr. Amirli is committed to providing a high standard of care to all her patients. She brings with her a variety of experience in all areas of optometry, and especially enjoys diagnosis and management of ocular disease, contact lens, and refractive surgery co-management.

Dr. Amirli has been an active member of Amigos; a group of optometric students and eye care professionals who provide vision care and eyeglasses to people in developing countries. Her past project includes a trip to Honduras. She also organized and participated in numerous vision screenings for the community in and around Portland, Oregon. She has volunteered at the Special Olympics in Washington, providing eye care through the Healthy Athletes program.

In her spare time, Dr. Amirli enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest’s great outdoors.

Nina Gill
Dr. Nina Gill grew up in North Delta and began practicing at Pacific eyeDoctors® after graduating from the Illinois College of Optometry in 1994. She spent 15 years at the Delta clinic before relocating to Richmond in 2009.
In addition to her optometric practice, she has served on numerous committees and organizations over the years - councilor for the British Columbia Association of Optometrists; BC's advisor for the National Standards for Examiners in Optometry; member of the Quality Assurance Committee of BC; Discipline Chair for the British Columbia Board of Examiners in Optometry; and most recently, as a member of the Inquiry Committee for the College of Optometry.
Dr. Gill is also very involved with the Third World Eyecare Society, a group of volunteers who travel to developing countries to provide eye care and eyeglasses to the poor. Her past projects have included trips to Guatemala, India, Malawi, Grenada, Cambodia, Peru and Vietnam. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, running and hiking.
Tod McNab
Dr. Tod McNab is a graduate of the University Of Waterloo School of Optometry (1981) and a recipient of their Academic Achievement Scholarship. Dr. McNab established his practice in Richmond in 1986 and has since worked hard to develop an eye care clinic that meets the general and specialized needs of that community.
He sits on the Canadian Examiners in Optometry and participates in the National Board Exam question writing, review and selection process. As well, Tod sits on the Board of Directors of FYidoctors, Canada’s largest provider of independent eye care services. He is also a member of Bausch+Lomb’s Global Advisory Committee.
A past chair of the Quality Assurance Committee for the B.C. College of Optometrists, Tod has been a highly active member of the Third World Eye Care Society, a B.C.-based group of eye care professionals who provide vision care and used eyeglasses at no charge to people most in need in developing countries. He has been part of vision care projects in Romania, India, Malawi and Cambodia.
Dr. McNab is also a graduate of the Emily Carr School of Art and Design and majored in sculpture, where he received two scholarship awards. His work has been selected for both national and international shows. He is a fitness enthusiast, marathon runner and cyclist who lives in Vancouver with his wife and daughter. 


Thomas Leung

Dr. Thomas Leung grew up in Vancouver, BC, and graduated from the University of British Columbia with his Bachelor of Science - Honours in Biochemistry. He then went on to receive his Doctorate of Optometry with Distinction at the University of Waterloo in Ontario. His clinical training included externships focusing on providing comprehensive primary eye care to patients of all ages, including the diagnosis, treatment, and management of a large variety of eye conditions and ocular disease.

Dr. Leung enjoys working with patients of all ages, and has extensive experience with the assessment of ocular disease, including dry eye, diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and other retinal problems. He has developed clinical skills in fitting contact lenses, managing contact lens related problems, and investigating headaches associated with the eyes and vision. He is knowledgeable about eye conditions associated with other medical conditions and vision problems that affect learning in children. He also frequently manages eye issues related to excessive use of computers and digital devices.

Dr. Leung is passionate about providing quality vision and eye care and loves to share his knowledge with his patients. He feels excited and privileged to be a part of the team of doctors at FYidoctors Richmond, and is committed to bringing a high standard of eye care to all of his patients.