OUR San Francisco OPTOMETRIC TEAM
The eye doctors and staff at Through the Hayes Optometry have been providing San Francisco with quality eye care for many years. Our friendly staff is dedicated to providing this care in an atmosphere of compassion and respect. Our goal is to remain at the forefront of eye care through continuing education utilizing the latest state-of-the-art equipment, technology, contact lens, and eyewear products.
Meet The Eye Doctors At Through the Hayes Optometry
Our eye doctors take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing, and treating potential vision problems.
Dr. Angela Tam graduated from SUNY College of Optometry in New York. After completing a residency in ocular diseases and low vision rehabilitation, she returned to California and spent many years practicing in a busy ophthalmology clinic, treating glaucoma and taking care of pre- and post-operative patients. Angela has also done volunteer work with Hospital de la Familia in Guatemala and Project Homeless Connect in San Francisco. Every September, you will find her running (or walking) at Race For The Cure, a cause near and dear to her family.
Dr. Thérèse Langille graduated from UC Berkeley School of Optometry in 1990. She practiced in multiple settings in the Bay Area before she opened her own office at Through the Hayes Optometry in 2001. Therese loves working with children and has performed thousands of screenings on children’s eyes across the entire Bay Area. She has traveled to Mexico, the Dominican Republic, the Philippines and Guatemala to do volunteer eyecare work with several organizations. She also believes strongly in giving back to the local community. Her latest passion is working with Project Homeless Connect in San Francisco. Therese’s green initiatives include sourcing local vendors and creating a paper-less office.