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Sonya Park, O.D. earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Provider Health Education from the University of Utah in 2000 with honors. She obtained her Doctorate of Optometry from the New England College of Optometry with honors. After completing a post-grad residency training in Family Health Optometry at Dorchester House Multi-Service Center, an affiliation of Boston Medical Center, she practiced optometry at the same hospital prior to her move to the Bay area. She was also an adjunct clinical faculty at the New England College of Optometry.
She enjoys seeing patients of all ages and helping patients achieve their best ocular health. Her clinical interests are ocular disease diagnosis and management, contact lenses, and primary eye care including pediatric and geriatric optometry.
In her free time, she enjoys travelling and spending time with her husband and their daughter. She is also fluent in English and Korean.
Dr. Sonya Park practices in the DeAnza office in Cupertino and the Monterey Avenue office in Los Gatos.