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.
Dr. Ashala Mah is very excited to be with FYidoctors! Dr. Mah graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology, then completed her Doctorate of Optometry (with Distinction) at the University of Waterloo.
Dr. Mah completed a clinical internship in Tampa Bay, Florida, where she worked with Retinal Specialists and Ophthalmologists, gaining valuable experience with a variety of ocular diseases. In her last year of school, Dr. Mah was awarded the FYidoctors Practice Excellence Award, and given the opportunity to attend an American Academy of Optometry meeting in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Mah is passionate about providing quality eye care. She has volunteered in Romania on a mission trip with the Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH) group, and hopes to do more mission trips in the future. During her time in Optometry school, Dr. Mah became involved with her community, providing vision screenings and speaking about diabetic eye disease.
Dr. Mah is a member of the Canadian Association of Optometry and the British Columbia Association of Optometry. Dr. Mah is currently accepting new patients.