Please click here to read about our careful return to care.

View our Welcome Back video guide here.

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  • The Curious Eye

    Color vision deficiency (CVD), otherwise known as color blindness, can be difficult to catch in kids. Neither schools nor most physicians’ offices screen for CVD, despite it affecting one in 12 males and one in 200 females globally. To meet the demand for early CVD diagnoses, the Children’s Eye Foundation of the American Academy of Pediatric […]

    Continue Reading September 29, 2021

  • VOSH NW Summer Potluck

    Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH) is an international optometric philanthropic organization which provides eye care worldwide to populations who can neither afford or access such care.    VOSH NW is the local chapter of VOSH International, whose members (in addition to optometric care internationally and locally) collect donated glasses and gather monthly to verify […]

    Continue Reading September 22, 2021

  • Dry Eye Study

    If you are a patient of BVS and experiencing symptoms of dry eyes, we are assisting a colleague in recruiting subjects for a dry eye study.  If you would like more information about this, please click here: Dry Eye Flyer.

    Continue Reading August 23, 2021

  • Total 30 Contact Lens

    We are honored to be one of a select number of offices in the greater Puget Sound region to launch Alcon’s new Total 30 monthly disposable contact lens!  Total 30 is designed for contact lens wearers who are experiencing discomfort from dryness or general lens intolerance.  Its characteristics are very similar to the Dailies Total […]

    Continue Reading August 23, 2021

  • Welcome Back Warren Ruby!

    The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on us all, and weathering the brunt of it among our BVS team has been Warren Ruby – the “Wizard of Eyes” on Capitol Hill.  Warren will return “home” to BVS to perform his wizardry on Friday, April 30th, which marks more than a year since he was […]

    Continue Reading April 28, 2021

  • Relieving Smoke Related Eye Irritation

    The current smoke from wild fires is wreaking havoc on our respiratory systems as well as our eyes.  What can be done to relieve the irritation caused by this?  If you wear soft contact lenses:  don’t wear them when the Air Quality Index is above 150.  Pollutants will be absorbed by the contacts and potentially […]

    Continue Reading September 13, 2020

  • Introducing Bausch & Lomb’s Infuse Soft Contact Lens

      Broadway Vision Source has been selected to be one of the first optometric offices in Seattle to introduce Bausch & Lomb’s newest daily disposable soft contact lens, Infuse.  Daily disposable contacts are the best contact lens option for eye health.  Infuse is the only Silicone-Hydrogel daily disposable contact lens with a next generation material […]

    Continue Reading September 3, 2020

  • Welcome Back!

    We are excited to welcome you back to our office. Please view this short video guide for the new protocols we are taking to help ensure your safety.

    Continue Reading July 20, 2020

  • Welcome Back Dr. Annie Yu

    We’re happy and proud to announce that Dr. Yu has re-joined our clinical team! Fluent in conversational Mandarin, Dr. Yu grew up in Redmond, WA, where she attended Redmond High School, and was a National Merit Commended Scholar.   She attended the University of Washington where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Physiology, and was awarded […]

    Continue Reading July 4, 2020