Meet King City Optometrist, Dr. Amber Dunn
Dr. Dunn is an Optometrist in King City providing complete eye care services for the surrounding communities since 2014.
Dr. Dunn graduated from Pacific University College of Optometry in 2013 and then completed a residency at the Roseburg VA in Roseburg, Oregon specializing in geriatric care and ocular disease. After completing her residency, she opened a private practice cold in King City, Oregon as well as becoming an assistant professor at Pacific. Dr. Dunn practices primary care optometry, with a specialty in dry eye disease.
Dr. Dunn is highly active in organized optometry. As a student she represented her school on the board of trustees, and in her fourth year of school was elected the Vice President of all the optometry schools in the nation. Since graduation she has served on several committees within the American Optometric Association. Dr. Dunn is currently the Membership Director of the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association.
Dr. Dunn was awarded Young OD of the year for Oregon in 2018 and works hard to continue to live up to that honor.
When not seeing patients or teaching, Dr. Dunn enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.
Dr. Sullivan is a King City native and a graduate of Tualatin High School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in panish and Chemistry from Oregon State University and her Doctorate of Optometry from Pacific University.
Dr. Sullivan is well educated on many areas of eye and vision care including disease management, contact lens fitting, and pediatrics. While attending Pacific University, she was awarded the Tole Greenstein Award for exceptional performance in the areas of binocular vision, vision therapy, and pediatric vision.
Like Dr. Dunn, Dr. Sullivan is highly active in organized optometry and promoting optometry in Oregon and has traveled to Salem and Washington D. C. multiple times to advocate for the profession.
Dr. Sullivan lives with her husband and their 3 dogs in North Plains. She is currently pregnant with their first child – a boy due September 2019. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, camping, kayaking, golfing, bowling and supporting the Portland Trail Blazers, Timbers and Thorns.