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Santo Domingo Health Center

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Optometry Clinic Services

GLASSES

Santo Domingo Health Center

Welcome to the Kewa OPTOMETRY Clinic. The Santo Domingo Health Center eye clinic is pleased to offer the following services to our patients:
Optometry Staff

The new Optometry Department Eye Clinic space has two new, fully equipped exam rooms which are more comfortable for patients than the old single room. We have a larger selection than ever for patients to choose from! The Eye Clinic also has more laboratory space. You can be sure you're getting excellent eye care based on the latest technology.

Hours: 8:00 - 5:00 M-F
505-465-1169


Please remember to bring your glasses or contacts and proof of insurance to your visit.


In order to make your glasses, we will need:

  • A valid eyeglass prescription
  • Payment is required prior to processing your order with Money Order or Credit/Debit Card
  • When to Get a Vision Check-Up:

  • Every Year!
  • If you notice eyestrain or headaches
  • If you've been diagnosed with diabetes or high blood pressure
  • If you notice any changes in your vision
  • Babies & Children Need Regular Vision Check-Ups Too!

  • Babies should have their first eye exam at 6 months of age.
  • Children should have an exam at age 3, then again at age 5, then annually if their eyes are normal.
  • Early identification of a child's vision problem is important and school screenings are not adequate. Once a child's eye fully matures by age 7, it becomes much more difficult to correct permanent vision problem.
  • Services

  • Primary and comprehensive eye care
  • Contact Lens fittings
  • Children’s eye exams
  • Advanced Ocular Care
  • Dry eye management
  • Eye emergencies/urgencies
  • Foreign object removal
  • Low Vision Services


  • perspective

    Meet the Optometry Team   
    Stacia Jacobi-Garcia, M.S., O.D.

    Dr. Stacia Jacobi-Garcia

    Dr. Jacobi-Garcia graduated from Indiana University Southeast with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology and Chemistry. Then she pursued a Master's degree from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis in Biology with a focus in Molecular Genetics. She completed her Doctor of Optometry degree from Indiana University School of Optometry. Dr. Jacobi-Garcia has worked in private practice optometry in the past as well as in an Ophthalmology surgical practice. Dr. Jacobi-Garcia has been serving Santo Domingo in the Eye Clinic since 2016. Outside of clinic, Dr. Jacobi-Garcia enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, and taking care of her animals.

     

     

     

     

    Bruce E. Onofrey, O.D., RPh

    Dr. Stacia Jacobi-Garcia


    Dr. Onofrey is a 1982 graduate of the Illinois College of Optometry and residency at the Albuquerque Veterans Administration Medical Center. He also has degrees in chemistry and Pharmacy. He retired from the Lovelace Medical Center Eye Dept after 25 years where he served as the Chief of Optometry and Vice-chairman of eye services.

     Most recently he retired from the University of Houston where he served for 10 years as a Clinical professor, responsible for Pharmacology programs, attending physician on the Ocular Disease Service and the Exec. Director of continuing education programs and Primary care Residency Director. 

    Currently he works part time with the Kewa Pubelo Community Clinic near Santa Fe,NM.

     His special interests include lectures in general and ocular pharmacology and clinical drug research.

    Dr. Onofrey is a frequent contributor to ophthalmic literature. He is the current editor of "Clinical Optometric Pharmacology and Therapeutics and the author of “The Ocular Therapeutics Handbook-A Clinical Manual”,which just released its 4th edition.

     He also serves as a contributing editor to “Primary Care Optometry News". He is an internationally recognized lecturer on the management of ocular disease and the use of pharmaceutical agents.

     

     

    Alexandra Gada, O.D.

    Dr. Stacia Jacobi-Garcia


    Dr. Gada   was one of a few students fast-tracked into Optometry after her third year of undergraduate study in Clinical Research Management at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree with high honors from the University of Missouri―St. Louis College of Optometry in 2019. Dr. Gada is originally from Ukraine and has lived in the U.S. for over 30 years, working as a health professional in various capacities. She enjoys keeping up with the latest advances and current research in Optometry and is passionate about making sure patients are well taken care of and educated about their eyes. Her downtime activities include watching others do home improvement projects (after building her own home), reading, gardening, and cooking.

     



    • Dellynn Chinana
      Dellynn Chinana, ABO-C
      Optometric Technician
    • Denisha Toya
      Denisha Toya 
      Optometric Technician
    • Leon Sandoval
      Leon Sandoval, ABO-C
      Optometric Technician
    • JoVonna Roesetta
      JoVonna Rosetta, ABO-C 
      Optometric Technician