Danny Huy Ngo, OD
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I speak: English
My gender: Male
Where I practice
Hi, my name is Danny Ngo (pronounced “No”), and I am happy to share a little information about myself. I understand that choosing an optometrist can sometimes be difficult, and I hope that I will have the pleasure of taking care of your eyes and vision. I spend most of my day performing comprehensive eye exams and building a connection with members. However, I am also lucky to have an administrative role where I can work with my peers to make our Optometry Department deliver high-quality health care.
I grew up in Southern California and love working here because it is a melting pot of different cultures where I get to interact with a variety of members. I chose the profession of optometry because I believe vision is the most fundamental sense for us to enjoy the world. There is a growing need for vision care in California for people of all ages. In my spare time, I volunteer at vision screenings in the local community and schools. I also like how the scope of optometry is always expanding to provide better care to those in need. I am an active member of the California Optometry Association and current president of my local optometric society.
About my practice
One of my favorite aspects of optometry is the patient-doctor relationship and the connection that you can make during the exam. I believe it is important that everybody understands their eyes and how to take care of their vision. Your eyes can tell you a lot about your entire health, including signs of diabetes and high blood pressure. I like to take my time to explain the process, results, and treatment plan with every member. I hope that every member leaves feeling like I have taken care of them like I would my family. It is my honor and privilege to take care of your vision, and I thank you for your trust.
How I thrive
When I am not seeing members, I love to spend my time outdoors. My hobbies include traveling, snowboarding, hiking, and exploring new things. To find something off the beaten path is truly an amazing experience. On a more relaxing note, I sometimes like to get lost in a good television show or movie.