Dr. LimberDr Raymond A. Limber, Optometrist

Dr Limber spent most of his youth in Comox. He graduated with his Doctorate of Optometry with Honours from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry in 1987. He was awarded the Bausch and Lomb Clinical Excellence in Contact lenses Award for his graduating year. He received his Certification for Ocular Therapeutics from the Oklahoma College of Optometry. He moved back home to Comox and opened his office on Comox Avenue September 6, 1987. He maintains a membership with the British Columbia Association of Optometrists, the American Optometric Association and the North American honours fraternity, Beta Sigma Kappa.

Dr Limber believes that an eye examination is more than correcting blurred vision, but also involves maintaining overall health of the eyes and improving the quality of life of his patients.

His professional interests include family vision care, contact lenses and refractive surgery management.

In his spare time, he is an avid fisherman and enjoys cabinetmaking, poker and hockey.


Dr. HoekstraDr Jelke A. Hoekstra, Optometrist

Dr. Hoekstra was born and spent his youth in southwestern Ontario. He graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry in 1981. He began his professional Optometric career near Toronto and owned his own Optometry clinic for fourteen years. He served as an adjunct clinical supervisor for the University of Waterloo externship program in 1985 and1986. He assumed other supervisory roles, overseeing optometrists in a number of third world humanitarian eye care projects. He moved to the Vancouver area with his family in 1996. He served as the staff Optometrist for Riverview Psychiatric Hospital in Coquitlam for over six years. Prior to settling in Comox, Dr Hoekstra spent his previous 7 years practicing Optometry in the Okanagan. His professional interests include geriatrics and family vision care. Dr Hoekstra is dedicated to providing exceptional eyecare.

His personal interests include, running, playing chess and playing

the harmonica.