Trusted Advisors Caring for Your Precious Family Members

Jason C. Cheung, MD
Adult & Pediatric Strabismus
Cataract Surgery

Dr. Cheung is a board-certified ophthalmologist. He graduated with honors from McGill University Medical School, Montreal in 1991. The following year, he did his internship at the University of California, Los Angeles. His ophthalmology residency was at the University of Minnesota from 1993 to 1996. Following his residency, he completed a pediatric ophthalmology fellowship at University of Toronto in 1997 and a genetics fellowship there in 1998.

Dr. Cheung has been living in Kitsap County since 1998. He is married to Danielle, another physician, and they have a daughter, Claire, and a set of twins. In his free-time, he enjoys cooking, running, and traveling. He traveled around the world once in 1993.

Participating in MOC

Physicians who are Participating in Maintenance of Certification (MOC) are board certified and engaged in a structured program of lifelong learning designed to help them stay up to date in practice. Dr. Jason Cheung is certified through 2022.

Kari M. Jones, O.D.
Primary Eye Care and Contact Lens

Dr. Kari Jones graduated, cum laude, from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, with a degree in biology and chemistry. She then went on to attend the New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts, where she graduated salutatorian of her class.

Following optometry school, Dr. Jones pursued additional training with a residency at the Tucson, Arizona, VA hospital, providing comprehensive eye care to a vast number of patients. Specializing in ocular disease, she participated in multi-disciplinary inpatient and outpatient low vision rehabilitation of legally blind and visually impaired veterans.

Dr. Jones has developed skills in advanced clinical and diagnostic techniques in addition to complex, specialty contact lens fittings, including toric and multifocal lenses. Additionally, she has co-managed pre and post-operative patient care.

A Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society member and America Optometric Association member, Dr. Jones is married to a local doctor. She enjoys traveling, playing basketball, knitting, and spending time with friends and family.

That 80-90% of overall UV damage to our eyes is accumulated before the age of 18! Like skin damage from UV exposure, we now know occurred for the most part from exposure before the age of 18. Kids in UV protected sun glasses is highly recommended. Protect their eyes just like you do their delicate skin!

Water & contacts don’t mix. To help prevent eye infections, contact lenses should be removed before going swimming or in a hot tub. Alternatively, wear goggles.

The lenses in children’s eyes do not block as much UV radiation as they do in adults’ eyes, putting them at increased risk for sun damage to the eyes.

Left untreated, glaucoma can lead to vision loss. Glaucoma can strike without pain or other symptoms and is a leading cause of blindness in the United States. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), early detection and treatment is critical to maintain healthy vision and protect the eyes from the effects of potentially blinding diseases, such as glaucoma.

Age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of blindness. Learn the risk factors for this disease? Having a close family relative with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) puts you at higher risk for developing the disease yourself.