Dr. Robinson grew up in Brant County, near Glen Morris, and attended high school in Paris, ON. He then went on to the University of Waterloo to study Honors Science, graduating in 1996 with a degree in Optometry. After gaining experience in the Hamilton area with other optometrist and specialists Dr. Robinson dedicated his efforts to building a practice in Brantford. He is happily married, with three children. Outside of the office, Dr. Robinson's interests include: activities with his church (the Christadelphians) and his children's school in Ancaster.
Dr. Baczmanski studied at the University of Waterloo where she received her Honours Bachelor of Science degree in 1993 and her Doctor of Optometry in 1997. During her studies in Optometry, she completed an externship in ocular disease and therapeutics at the Vitreo-Retinal Foundation, an eye hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. She holds a certification for prescribing Ocular Therapeutic Agents. Dr. Baczmanski is part of the College of Optometrists of Ontario, the profession’s regulatory body, serving as an assessor for the Quality Assurance Program. She has also been involved for many years with the Canadian Examiners in Optometry (CEO), where she is an assessor of the clinical skills of the optometrists applying for licensure to practice. She is also part of the CEO committee that is involved in the process of establishing testing and maintaining the standards for the examination of these optometrists. Anne has her own practice in Stratford, ON, but enjoys continuing to help patients in Brantford. She enjoys working with all groups of the population , from babies to the elderly. Providing a high quality of care to her patients is very important to Anne.
Dr. Sooklal earned an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from McMaster University and later obtained his optometric education at Aston University in Birmingham, United Kingdom. He trained in the use of therapeutic pharmaceutical agents at the University of Waterloo. Education at the University of Waterloo furthered his scope of practice in the areas of diagnosis, treatment, and management of ocular and systemic conditions. Interests of Dr. Sooklal include the study of diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, dry eye therapy, binocular vision, and contact lenses.
Dr. Sooklal is a registered Optometrist in Ontario. He is also a member of the College of Optometrist in both Ontario and the United Kingdom. Prior to practicing in Canada, Dr. Sooklal practiced optometry in the United Kingdom in both high street practice and domiciliary practice. He is currently an associate Optometrist at Grand River Optometry in Brantford, Ontario where he enjoys providing primary eye care and has found a great deal of satisfaction in providing this care to the community.