About Dr. Roger Juarez
Dr. Juarez has a Doctoral degree in Optometry from UC Berkeley, where he earned a graduate fellowship award for leadership, and three clinical honors in areas of Primary Care, Contact Lenses, and Binocular Vision.
Dr. Juarez also as a Biomedical Engineering degree, graduated Cum Laude and as a Tau Beta Pi Honoree. His engineering experience includes work with Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and LifeScan, a Johnson & Johnson company. He currently offers consulting services in engineering and lectures on System Theories and Lean strategies.
Dr. Juarez is founding faculty of the Arizona College of Optometry, former Director of Primary Eye Care Procedures, as well as an Assistant Professor. While at the university, he served on various committees and reviewed journals for the American Academy of Optometry. In addition, Dr. Juarez helped develop the first Optometry school in Central America and helped expand eye care to many of those in need.
Today, Dr. Juarez is President of The Vision Center of West Phoenix. The clinics offer patients with a vision care experience that is state of the art, caring, and personalized. The clinic has taken part in contact lens solution studies and is a learning institution for tomorrow's eye care leaders. In addition, Dr. Juarez participates as the Eye Care provider for the LA Dodgers franchise.
Dr. Juarez' passions include, education, service to his Arizona community and a devotion to provide the best things for sight. Outside of his career, his interests are family, sports like baseball, soccer, cycling, hiking and enjoying some of the wonderful scenic views of Arizona.