Meet the Doctors

  • Dr.
    David Kaplan

    Dr. David Kaplan graduated from the Pennsylvaina College of Optometry in 1982 where he was selected for a specialty rotation through the William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center, renowned as one of the leading low vision centers in the world.  He received his undergraduate degree with Biology Departmental Honors from Arcadia University.

     

    Dr. Kaplan has been the owner of Family EyeCare since 1989, and has been practicing optometry with an emphasis on GERIATRIC VISION CARE AND PATHOLOGY. Prior to joining Family EyeCare he worked for three of the largest cataract and refractive surgery practices in Phoenix and Sun City as Director of Optometric and Low Vision Services. He is medically certified to diagnose and treat diseases of the eye and can provide consultations for LASIK and other refractive surgeries, GLAUCOMA management, CATARACT development, and other ocular conditions requiring surgical care.

     

    Dr. Kaplan has been recognized nationally as Optometric Business Innovator- 2011, and the Best of Glendale (Optometry) 2012.  He has also been appointed Adjunct Faculty at Arizona College of Optometry.

     

    Dr. Kaplan is a member of the Arizona Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. In his spare time, he likes to play golf., hike, read, and spend time with his family and dogs.

  • Dr.
    James Lewis

    Dr. Lewis graduated from Southern California College of Optometry in 2005 and received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University. Dr. Lewis joined Family EyeCare in 2005 and is excited to be affiliated with this great practice. He is fluent in Spanish and looks forwards to taking care of his patients' eye care needs. He is familiar with the latest advances in CONTACT LENS technology and fits many specialty bifocal, astigmatism and keratoconus contact lenses. Many of his patients are referred to him being told they could never wear contact lenses.

    He is medically certified to diagnose and treat diseases of the eye and can provide consultations for LASIK and other refractive surgeries, GLAUCOMA management, CATARACT development, and other ocular conditions requiring surgical care. Dr. Lewis is a member of the Arizona Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. He enjoys staying up to date with the ever-changing field of optometry. Dr. Lewis enjoys spending time with other Optometrists discussing the art of improved clinical skills.

    Dr. Lewis has been appointed Adjunct Faculty at Arizona College of Optometry and teaches a course in practice management for Midwestern University.

    In his spare time Dr. Lewis loves to golf, run, and spend time with his wife, three daughters, and son.


  • Dr.
    Shenita Freeney

    Dr. Shenita Freeney graduated from the University of Alabama School of Optometry in 2015. She completed her residency training at Hu Hu Kam Memorial Indian Hospital in Arizona in June 2016, specializing in ocular disease and primary care. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, graduating cum laude with a major in Biology,Dr. Freeney is medically certified to diagnose and treat ocular diseases of the eye, glaucoma management, cataracts, macular degeneration, and other ocular conditions of the eye. Her area of speciality is OCULAR DISEASES and PRIMARY CARE.Dr. Freeney is a member of the Arizona Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. 

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