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Jason C. Cheung, MD
Adult & Pediatric Strabismus
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.
Kimber M. Kenzli, OD
Pediatrics, Primary Care, Contact Lenses, Vision Therapy
Dr. Kenzli is a residency-trained optometrist who is passionate about patient education and providing the highest level of care for all patients. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree at Western University of Health Sciences in 2019. Her Pacific University affiliated optometry residency was completed in 2020 with a focus in pediatrics, vision therapy, and neuro-optometric rehabilitation. Dr. Kenzli completed her undergraduate education at Washington State University in Biology with a minor in Spanish.
Dr. Kenzli grew up in the Pacific Northwest and enjoys spending time with her husband and their pug. She spends her free time with her family, going to sporting events, exploring with their dog, and making tasty food. In addition to primary eye care, her specific areas of interest within optometry include pediatrics and vision-related learning concerns, myopia control, contact lenses, and brain injury optometric rehabilitation.