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Photo of Dr. Nadia AfkhamiDr. Nadia Afkhami

Dr. Nadia Afkhami is a graduate of Western University of Health Sciences College of Optometry in Pomona, California where she graduated on the dean’s list. She grew up in Central Florida and received her Undergraduate Degree at the University of Central Florida, Orlando Campus, and later went on to pursue her Masters’ Degree at Barry University in Miami, Florida.

Dr. Afkhami has completed internships in different modes of practice ranging from private practice, OMD/OD practice, Veterans Affairs Hospitals, and an Indian Health Services Hospital. She is experienced in ocular disease treatment and management and binocular vision needs.

Dr. Afkhami has lived in Florida for over 25 years, is fluent in Farsi, and has a strong passion in serving the community and patients of all ages. In her spare time, Dr. Afkhami loves to do community outreach for young women and children who have an interest in science and spends time with friends and family.