Amrita Kang, O.D. – Optometrist


Dr. Amrita Kang was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. She is a graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry and completed a degree in Biology from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC.
Dr. Kang has provided eye-care services for a variety of patients including those with with traumatic brain injuries, young toddlers, and aging veterans. As a result, she has come to enjoy working with all patient demographics and is excited to take care of the visual needs of the patients at Family Eye Care.
She has also participated in humanitarian eye-care missions in Nicaragua and most recently in Tibet.
In her free time, Dr. Kang enjoys exploring all that Oregon has to offer, and loves to hike, read, and cook. She also enjoys traveling, especially to provide eye-care services to under-served populations.


Myla Myers – Practice Manager


Myla started at the clinic in 2001, after getting her associate’s degree in English. As practice manager, she bills insurances, makes appointments and occasionally fills in for the opticians. In short, she does a little bit of everything.
What she enjoys most about her job is the people she works with; she also enjoys the community of patients at the clinic too. Rooted in a small community, the team here ends up serving a lot of the same families over the generations: parents, then children, now their children in turn. Being able to get to know patients in a meaningful way, remember them and reconnect with them when they come in for care – that’s what sets the clinic apart, in Myla’s view.
Random fact about Myla? She’s an avid reader, devouring five or six books a week. Whenever she’s not busy with something else, chances are, she’s reading.


Bonnie Cottrell


In college, Bonnie majored in nursing. She was hired at the clinic in 2007, where she runs the front desk and keeps everything working smoothly: from setting up the machines first thing in the morning, to routing calls through the day. She schedules patients, collects their insurance information and sends out reminder cards when their next appointment is due.
The team at the clinic is great. They work well together; Bonnie is proud of that. She’s also proud of the care they provide patients, the way they value the people who walk in the door and really make an effort to make them happy. In fact, what she enjoys most about her work is the patients themselves – they’re wonderful.
Random fact about Bonnie? She oil-paints. She also creates stained glass: cutting it, assembling the mosaic with lead and glazing the final product.