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Optometric Physicians of Washington’s Annual Meeting

Last weekend, the Optometric Physicians of Washington (OPW) held its Annual Membership Meeting at Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort.  It was the first in-person meeting in over a year since the pandemic began.  This picture includes the OPW’s Executive Officers: (L-R) Dr’s Mike Sirott (vice-pres.), David Stanfield (pres.-elect), Judy Chan (pres.), and BVS’s own Mike Matsunami  (immed. past pres.).   The meeting was bittersweet in that it marked the first (and last) in-person meeting that “virtual president” Dr. Chan presided over since taking the helm from Dr. Matsunami in May 2020, when all-virtual meetings became the norm at the end of his term.

BVS is proud to be a leading part of the evolution of eye care in Washington state in the quest to provide accessible, affordable, and quality care to all of its residents.