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Vision Source Administrators’ Exchange 2020

Dr. Matsunami attended the VS Administrators’ Exchange in Phoenix last week, where administrators like Dr. Matsunami learn firsthand about programs, vendor agreements, and leadership development that assists in preserving private practice optometry.  In doing so, VS offices remain strongly community-based, serving our patients with personalized, quality eye care for the greater Seattle area. The doctors and staff at Broadway Vision Source are local members of the community and are here to serve you.

The mission of Vision Source (VS) is to preserve private practice optometry amidst a climate of increasing gentrification of health care, especially here in Seattle.  Doctors in private practice tend to interact more personally with patients and in the communities in which they practice, as the doctors at BVS do through their involvement in charities such as the Millionair Club Vision Clinic.  BVS also donates $100 each month to Optometry Giving Sight, and we collect donated used glasses for Volunteer Optometric Services for Humanity, which Dr. Matsunami is an active member of.