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Dr. Pamela Fong, born and raised in San Francisco, graduated from the University of California Berkeley School of Optometry, and has practiced in the Bay Area since then. She finds great joy in building relationships with patients in addition to examining their eyes, helping to see the best that they can see, and maintaining excellent eye health. She has also enjoyed being involved in the community, serving on the Site Council of the local elementary, middle and high schools, volunteering on scholarship committees, providing free eye examinations for Samaritan House and Project 90 patients, among other things. She is very committed to serving in her church. In her free time she loves to walk up and down the hills of her neighborhood, catch up on reading, and occasionally watch a Korean drama series.
Dr. TsungMing (Tony) Hung is originally from Taiwan and speaks fluent English, Mandarin, and Taiwanese. After graduating from Rutgers University in New Jersey with a degree in Biological Science, he earned his Doctor of Optometry from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science (MCPHS), where he was awarded “clinical excellence in the field of Binocular Vision and Vision Therapy” upon graduation. Dr. Hung also completed a one-year residency program in Pediatrics and Vision Therapy in Southborough, Massachusetts. In 2019, Dr. Hung and his wife moved to California. Dr. Hung has a special interest in Vision Therapy. Vision therapy helps patients improve function and efficiency of their visual system. Dr. Hung is comfortable providing care to patients in any age group (including infants), and he is experienced with post-concussion symptoms, vision-related learning problems, eye turn, lazy eye and patients with special needs. Dr. Hung enjoys biking, hiking and walking his dog during his time off.