Dr. Chinn’s Vision Care in the Press
Read all about our eye doctors and eye care tips from Dr. Chinn.
Like many of you these days, who have yet to reopen for routine care, I miss seeing patients and being able to help them.
I am a second-generation Optometrist. Growing up with my father being one helped me realize how much of an impact you can make on someone’s life as an Optometrist.
Stephen Chinn, OD, opened his very first independent private practice in San Diego, after graduating from U.C. Berkeley School of Optometry in 1972.
I feel making a difference in someone's life can be most heavily impacted by improving their vision. Vision is what allows us to function, work, see our loved ones on a daily basis.
Dr. Jenn graduated from the University of Missouri St. Louis College of Optometry in 2015, where she completed clinical rotations co-managing patients.
After graduating from the University of Missouri-St. Louis College of Optometry in 2015, Jenn Chinn, OD, returned home to San Diego, California, and joined her father Stephen Chinn, OD, in his practice.
Dr. Jennifer Chinn discusses growing an optometry practice as a young OD and some of the challenges associated with it along with tips and strategies.
I am Dr. Jenn Chinn, a second generation Optometrist in San Diego. Following in my father’s footsteps wasn’t always my dream, but I am thrilled I stumbled upon this path and can’t wait to see where it leads.
The Transitions Brand Ambassador award celebrates an individual who best showcases their dedication to be an influential advocate of Transitions lenses.
Transitions Optical Announces Winners of the Transitions Innovation Awards During Ceremony at the 25th Transitions Academy
Our winners' and finalists' creativity and achievements are inspiring, and we are thankful for their continuous engagement and innovation with the Transitions brand.
Over the past few years, the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) has partnered with VSP Vision. Their doctors provide free comprehensive exams and a new pair of glasses to students who need them.