MEET OUR OPTOMETRISTS

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Dr. Golie Keovan, O.D.

Dr. Golie Roshandel Keovan received her Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola University Chicago with a major in Biology in 1997.  From there she attended the Illinois College of Optometry where she received her doctorate of Optometry and became DPA and TPA certified in 2002.   During school, Dr. Golie was elected to join the Gold Key International Honor Society, the Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society and she received an award of Clinical Excellence. 

She is a member of the American Optometric Association, Illinois Optometric Association, and Illinois Association of Prevention of Blindness. 

She speaks fluent Persian (Farsi) and Spanish.  Patients know her as a friendly and caring doctor who listens thoroughly to their needs.  Dr. Golie believes in the philosophy of preventative medicine and always goes above and beyond the standard eye exam by integrating diet, life style, and even vitamin supplementation to help maintain eye health. 

 

What makes her unique is her East meets West philosophy of care.  It is said that the eyes are “the windows to your soul” but they are also “the windows to your health”. Therefore, many of the integrative recommendations that she makes and lifestyle changes that she suggests also helps the overall health of her patients. 

In addition, she believes that human health depends on what we eat, drink and think not to mention an active lifestyle and stress free living. 

Dr. Golie is happily married to her husband Lei Keovan, attorney and office manager and together they have two sons Dahani and Kainoa who are the light of their lives.

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Dr. Hina Lodhia, O.D. 

Dr. Lodhia enjoys working with patients of all ages and has a variety of interests in optometry including ocular disease, pediatrics, co-management care with ophthalmologists, and contact lens fittings.

 

Outside of optometry, Dr. Lodhia enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, and exploring different cultures.