Save $20 instantly on an annual supply* of ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions (plus $20 mail-in rebate).
Save $20 instantly on an annual supply* of reusable contact lenses (plus $20-$40 mail-in rebate**).
Save $40 on a 6-month supply* of 1-Day contact lenses (plus $40 mail-in rebate) or $80 on an annual supply (plus $100 mail-in rebate).
*Cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid in-clinic only until June 15, 2019. Doctors of Optometry. **Mail-in rebate details: $20 on ACUVUE® OAYSYS / $40 on ACUVUE® VITA.
Prescription Sunglasses Sale | Polarized Sunglasses
Prescription Sunglasses Sale | Polarized Sunglasses
FYidoctors Spring Sunglasses Sale
Find savings on Prescription Sunglasses with Polarized Lenses during our Spring Sunglasses Sale
These lenses reduce glare, allowing for clearer vision with less strain, and are a must for anyone who spends time outdoors.
Save 25%-50% on Polarized Sunglasses* with the purchase of prescription sunglass lenses and frames. Valid for a limited time, in-clinic only.
*Discount applies to prescription sunglasses with polarized lenses only and A/R coating. Excludes Oakley and Maui Jim. Some restrictions apply, offer valid in-clinic only until June 30, 2019. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Doctors of Optometry.
Refer It Forward
Refer It Forward
At participating FYidoctors, when you refer a new patient to your clinic, we'll give you a $25 coupon to put towards your next purchase of eyewear. Plus, each new patient that you send to your clinic ALSO benefits!
They will receive a $25 coupon when they book a full eye exam, to put towards their first purchase of eyewear and continue benefiting when they refer new patients. It's a great way to get new eyewear and help your friends and family with all of their vision care needs.
*Refer It Forward Program is not applicable to our Ontario locations and can vary in Quebec. See in-store for details.
Stop by any participating FYidoctors location to learn more about our Refer It Forward program or to book a complete eye exam.
Dr. Patterson was born and raised in Estevan, Saskatchewan. Her optometry degree was received at Waterloo, Ontario in 1985, after which she returned to her home province to build a practice. In 1986, Dr. Patterson was given the opportunity to join Atrium Eye Care, where she has seen many exciting changes and growth since that time. Dr. Patterson says, “We have 30 plus people employed who excel at their jobs and make for a very comfortable and efficient place to work.”
Dr. Patterson enjoys practicing full scope optometry, but has a special interest in children's vision and contact lenses.
Outside of her workday, Dr. Patterson’s hobbies include biking, hiking, playing piano and singing. Most of her time however, is spent with her three sons - Reid, Devin and Jesse and her husband Dave. Never a dull moment!
Dr. Giocoli was born and raised in Saskatoon, SK graduating from ED Feehan high school. She then went onto the University of Saskatchewan to complete an honors degree in Biology before heading to the University of Waterloo. She completed her Doctorate of Optometry with honors in 2005. During this time, Dr. Giocoli gained experience at a private practice optometry clinic in Lethbridge, Alberta and Omni Eye Specialists in Baltimore, MD. Upon graduation she returned to Saskatchewan, with her husband, Dr. Rich Kort, where they both joined InSight Vision Care in Regina. After 6 years of practice in Regina, they were given the opportunity to join Atrium Eye Care. They happily made the move to Saskatoon in 2011, excited to be a part of Atrium and be closer to family.
Dr. Giocoli enjoys all aspects of full scope optometry and has a special interest in low vision and children's vision. Outside of work, her and her husband are kept very busy with their two children, Joshua and Marja. They enjoy various outdoor activities and spending time at their cabin at Meeting Lake.
Dr. Giocoli looks forward to providing eye care to her home community and gladly welcomes new patients to Atrium Eye Care.
Dr. Kerr was born and raised in Calgary and attended Queen Elizabeth High School but moved to Henry Wise Wood from where he graduated in 1970. He went on the University of Calgary and majored in Zoology. He was accepted into the University of Waterloo School of Optometry after 2 years of undergraduate university. He graduated from the U of W, School of Optometry in 1976 and entered private optometric practice with Dr. Austin Forsyth and Dr. Brent Beaton in Saskatoon.
His early years in practice were spent building a practice with a special interest in contact lenses and children's vision and its impact on learning. He spent several years on the Advisory Board of the Saskatchewan Association for children with Learning Disabilities and continue to have a keen interest in the area.
He was interested in service to his profession and was elected to the Council of the Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists in 1979. He served on council for 10 years and held every office available including President in 1976/77. During this time the council rewrote the entire Saskatchewan Optometry Act.
He was appointed as the Saskatchewan delegate to Canadian Association of Optometrists in 1990 and again went through every office available and in 1995/96 was the President of the Canadian Association of Optometrists. This was an incredibly busy time as he tried to balance the responsibilities of the national association with practice and family responsibilities. He traveled over 100 days the first year and continued to work a nearly full schedule at home. Fortunately, his children were able to travel with him some of the time and they saw much of Canada and made friends across the country during that time. He was a driving force behind the creation of a body called the Eye Health Council of Canada. It is a strategic alliance between optometry and industry and exists to promote eye health awareness to Canadians and can be seen bringing its messages to the public in most medias on a regular basis.
He has been on many advisory boards and has been involved in clinical research with a number of new silicone hydrogel contact lenses.
He was awarded the CAO “Presidents Award” and the University of Waterloo’s “Distinguished Alumni Award” in 2007. These were truly an honor for him as they are recognition by his peers of his efforts in his profession and the community.
He was a founding member of the Horizon Laser Vision Center and has been on its board of directors since 1996 and has been the President since 2009.
In 2008, Atrium Eyecare joined FYI Eyecare Services and Dr. Kerr served on its board of directors until 2012.
Dr. Kerr is married to Anita who owns “Pink Tree – the fitting Shop” in Saskatoon. He has two children; Dave is in Saskatoon and works in Sales and Leasing for ICR Commercial Leasing. Julia graduated with her education degree and is teaching Kindergarten at the Toronto French School.
Dr. Fredlund grew up in Saskatoon and graduated from Walter Murray. He attended the University of Saskatchewan for a four year Bachelor of Science in Anatomy before completing his Optometry education at Pacific University in Portland, Oregon.
After graduation, Dr. Fredlund worked briefly at Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute in Portland before returning home to FYidoctors (formerly Atrium Eye Care). He enjoys practicing full scope optometry with interest in children’s vision, laser co-management, and contact lenses. FYidoctors allows him the freedom to practice optometry with access to current technology, such as OCT, HRT and optomap®.
Dr. Fredlund also enjoys providing his patients with the latest technology in contact lens materials and freeform optical lenses.
Dr. Fredlund has spent 10 years involved as a Director of the Continuing Education Committee for the Saskatchewan Association of Optometry and currently serves on the Advisory Board for FYidoctors. Dr. Fredlund has been previously involved with Doctors Eye Care Network in capacities ranging from Membership Director to CEO. He is currently a proud member of the Usadian Executive Association, serving on the Board of Directors over the past year.
Outside of optometry, his family takes priority. Dr. Fredlund enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters and stays active by playing golf and hockey.
Dr. Bishop was born and raised on a farm near Jansen, Saskatchewan and completed her high school education at Lanigan Central High. From there she attended the University of Saskatchewan and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Anatomy. She continued to pursue optometry and moved down to Bloomington, Indiana where she completed her optometry degree at Indiana University. Dr. Bishop attended several externships including a Veterans hospital in New York, Laservue lasik site in Orlando, Quantico marine base in Virginia, and a pediatrics/low vision clinic in Indianapolis. After completion of these, Dr. Bishop worked in Colorado for a short time before returning home to Saskatchewan. She joined Atrium Eye Care in 2004.
Dr. Bishop felt that Atrium’s commitment to having state of the art equipment, well-educated staff and implementing the newest technology and products allowed her to provide high quality vision care to all her patients. Dr. Bishop enjoys practicing full scope family optometry with a special interest in children, contact lenses, and prevention of eye disease.
Outside of work Dr. Bishop enjoys spending time with her husband Brandon and their three children. Her hobbies include soccer, fishing, figure-skating, golfing and travel.
Dr. Kort was born in Cranbrook, B.C. and raised in Kelowna. He attended the University of Saskatchewan prior to entering Optometry School where he earned his Doctorate of Optometry with Honours status at the Univeristy of Waterloo in 2002. After graduation, Dr. Kort completed a Contact Lens Residency at the University. The emphasis of this residency was fitting specialty contact lenses and conducting research in continuous wear contact lenses and corneal reshaping therapy. He was awarded the 2002 Canadian Contact Lens Society Prize for proficiency in theoretical and clinical application of contact lenses.
Dr. Kort practiced optometry in Lethbridge, AB for 3 years before moving to Saskatchewan to practice optometry with his wife Dr. Carmela Giocoli in 2005. They lived in Regina for 6 years until moving to Saskatoon to join Atrium Eye Care. The move to Saskatoon has allowed them to be closer to their extended family. Drs. Kort and Giocoli have 2 beautiful children named Joshua and Marja.
Dr. Kort was honoured to be a finalist in the Saskatchewan Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs (SYPE) "Young Professional of the Year" award in 2008. He has served on several charitable eye care missions to provide free eye care and eyewear to impoverished families in Jamaica. He currently serves his profession as a councilor for the Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists.
Besides a special interest in contact lenses, Dr. Kort enjoys providing all aspects of family eye and vision care at all 3 of Atrium Eye Care’s locations.
Dr. York was born and raised in Weyburn, SK, graduating from Weyburn Comprehensive High School in 1980. Following high school, he enrolled in the Saskatchewan Technical Institute and received a diploma in business administration in 1982, which led to a 5 year career in the banking industry. In 1987 he returned to university in pursuit of a career in Optometry and received his degree from the University of Waterloo in 1992. Following graduation, Dr. York divided his time between private practice in Brampton, Ontario and a position as clinical supervisor at the University of Waterloo Optometry Clinic. The pull of the prairies proved too much, however, and in 1994 Dr. York returned to his home province and joined Drs. Beaton, Kerr, Patterson and Lypka at Atrium Optometric Group in Saskatoon. Since that time, Dr. York has seen Atrium expand to its current group of seven optometrists with an office staff that has grown from 12 to over 30. Change and improvement have been a constant at Atrium with the addition of a new clinic in West Saskatoon in 1996, the construction of our current clinic in downtown Saskatoon in 1998, the expansion and relocation of our West Clinic to its new full service 4500 square foot home on 22nd Street in January of 2012 and our exciting partnership with FYidoctors in 2009.
In addition to full time practice, Dr. York has been heavily involved with the Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists. He was elected to the association council in 2002 and has held every available office, serving as president from 2009 to 2011. In 2007, Dr. York was honored to be selected as “Optometrist of the Year” for Saskatchewan. He has also served on a number of industry advisory boards and committees over the years.
Dr. York and his wife Diane are proud parents of three (Jordan, Jessica and Joshua) and being family-oriented, he has built his practice primarily on general family vision care and contact lenses. He looks forward to serving the people of Saskatoon for many years to come!