California’s Total Vision Adds New Partnership With Golden Hills Optometry of San Jose Region

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MISSION VIEJO, Calif.—Total Vision has announced its most recent partnership agreement, with Dr. Frank Burger and Dr. Mindy Walker of Golden Hills Optometry, as the doctors join Total Vision's team of optometrists throughout California. For almost 40 years, Golden Hills Optometry has provided high caliber vision care throughout the Evergreen area in San Jose, Calif. The terms of the new partnership agreement were not disclosed. Total Vision, which is a portfolio company of Bregal Partners, is one of the largest networks of vision providers in California, with 41 practices currently and plans to grow further, according to the announcement this week.

Total Vision has become a recognized leader in the optometry industry, and now employs more than 470 team members, including 98 doctors.

Golden Hills Optometry’s mission is to provide patients with an exceptional experience and the most advanced, thorough eye exam, the announcement noted. The practice offers the latest technology, personalized service and a large selection of eyewear styles.

Dr. Burger is a 1980 graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and has been in practice in the Evergreen area since 1982. He is a member of The California and American Optometric Associations.

Dr. Walker is a 1998 graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and has been in practice since 1999. She enjoys providing care to their pediatric patients and specializing in fitting different types of soft and hard contact lenses. Her prime interest is to help young patients control their progression of myopia through different myopia management techniques.

Total Vision chief executive officer Neil Collier, chief financial officer Doug Cannon and Dr. Steve Klein, chief medical officer, said they are pleased to welcome Dr. Burger, Dr. Walker and their entire team to Total Vision. “This is an exciting time for all of us as we continue to expand in the Bay Area and throughout California,” Collier said.