Dr. Elzie Chan-Englender graduated from Illinois College of Optometry in 2002. Since then, she has worked in a multitude of Optometry and Ophthalmology practices.
Eye Care Specialists and Optometrists
Our Eye Care Specialists has provided comprehensive care for virtually every eye condition to more than 130,000 people throughout New York and New Jersey. This website is an extension of our commitment to increase public awareness and understanding of ocular health concerns. It includes an overview of our practice as well as the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of some of the most common eye disorders we see each day in our offices.
Ophthalmologists, optometrists, and opticians each play an important role in providing eye care. However, the levels of training and expertise are quite different for each type of provider. “The Three Os” work together to provide patients the best treatment for maintaining your sight and eye health.
The three “Os”, ophthalmologist, optometrist, and optician, often work together in your ocular health. For example, you may go to your optometrist for a regular eye exam and vision correction. Your optometrist checks the overall health of your eyes and determines if you need glasses or contacts. You would then see an optician who fits you for contacts or glasses with the refraction (prescription) determined by your eye doctor. Should your optometrist find something concerning in your regular eye exam, he or she may refer you to an ophthalmologist or subspecialist for complex treatment or surgery.
Dr. Campbell is an Optometry specialist practicing in both the New Jersey and New York areas, providing full comprehensive eye examinations
Dr. Shayla Sellars- Jaynes is a licensed optometrist in the state of New Jersey. Dr. Sellars- Jaynes treats and manages diseases, injuries, and disorders