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Meet Our Petrolia Eye Care Staff

Serving Petrolia, Wyoming and The Surrounding Area

Our team at Petrolia Optometry is here to serve all your family’s eye care needs! Read below about the amazing individuals that make Petrolia Optometry the place to be for everything from routine eye exams to diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma and other difficult eye conditions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Dr. J. E. St. Pierre BSc OD

Optometrist, Practice Owner
Dr. St. Pierre has been practicing optometry since 2001. She grew up on a farm in Enniskillen Township, the daughter of Charles and Emily St. Pierre. She attended Lambton Central Centennial Public School and Lambton Central Collegiate Vocational Institute (LCCVI) in Petrolia ON. When she graduated from high school, she...
Kerry-Jacklin

Kerry Jacklin

Optometric Assistant
Kerry has worked for Petrolia Optometry since August 2002 when Dr. St. Pierre joined the practice. Kerry enjoys working in Petrolia where she has lived her entire life. Kerry enjoys the challenge of implementing new policies and procedures at Petrolia Optometry such as insurance company direct billing. Her favourite part...
Kim-Cook

Kimberly Cook BMSc CCAO

Optometric Assistant
Kim has worked for Petrolia Optometry since May 2011. Previous to that she worked in a busy retail optical store for 5 years. Kim earned her Honours Bachelor degree in Medical Science (BMSc) fromUniversity of Western Ontario, London ON. She completed the Canadian Certified Optometric Assistant(CCAO) course through the Canadian...
Crystal-Drury

Crystal Drury

Optometric Assistant
Crystal has worked for Petrolia Optometry since August 2017. Crystal’s previous work experience includes 15 years in the banking industry as Head Teller for Business Clients and 5 years’ experience working at a retail optical store. Crystal’s favourite part of her job is getting to know Petrolia Optometry’s patients as...
Rachel-Towriss

Rachel Towriss, Cert. of Opticianry

After completing a co-op placement in high school at a small town optometry office, Rachel headed to Georgian College in 1999 to pursue a career in Opticianry and graduated in 2001 with honours. She began her career right away in Guelph and has worked in many different facets of the...

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We are open for general eyecare! Our hours – Monday – Friday, 8:30 to 5. When shopping for glasses, you will enjoy the attention of a Personal Shopper as one of our enhanced hygienic measures! Please click here to read our new hygiene protocol.

An important notice from Dr. St. Pierre: Today, optometrists in Ontario start Job Action. Ever ytime a patient walks through my door for an exam, it costs me on average $80 (staff, PPE, office supplies, occupation costs) to see that person. That’s before I get paid for my time. The Ontario government pays me $25.15 to perform a partial exam and does not allow me to bill the patient any more. That means every time I see a patient for an OHIP covered eye exam, I am subsidizing the cost of that eye exam out of my own pocket. This is not sustainable. As a small business owner in the time of COVID-19, I am struggling to provide quality eyecare to my community with the current OHIP funding agreement. As of today, all patient driven partial exams and MEE exams will no longer be booked in my clinic, but referred elsewhere. Thank you for your understanding.