Dr. Shawn Greydanus

Dr. Shawn Greydanus graduated with high distinction from Ferris State College of Optometry. He moved to Prince George from Sarnia Ontario to join Evans Vision Care Clinic as an associate upon graduation in September 1995. Three years later he and Dr. Logan purchased the practice from Dr. Evans and renamed the clinic Nechako Optometry.

Dr. Greydanus is married with three boys who keep him busy outside of the office as does his community involvement.

Dr. Lisa Logan

Dr. Lisa Logan received her Bachelor of Science degree with first class honors from the University of Victoria in 1985 and further pursued a Doctor of Optometry degree, graduating with distinction from Pacific University College of Optometry located in Forest Grove, Oregon. Upon her return to Prince George in 1991, Dr. Logan joined Evans Vision Care Clinic as an associate and after 7 years partnered with Dr. Shawn Greydanus to assume ownership and rename the clinic Nechako Optometry.

Dr. Logan enjoys travel, gardening, and spending time outdoors.

Dr. Jared Steblin (Locum)

Dr. Steblin was born and raised in Prince George. He completed a bachelor of science at UNBC and his Optometry degree with Honours in Waterloo, Ontario. He has done humanitarian eye care projects in Honduras and Mexico. He enjoys the outdoors, playing the piano and travelling with his wife.

Dr. Anu Kajla (Locum)

Dr. Anu Kajla graduated from the New England College of Optometry in Boston in 2012. She previously received her Honours Bachelor of Science from the University of Waterloo.

After graduation, Dr. Kajla joined Dr. Greydanus and Dr. Logan at Nechako Optometry. Recently has been practicing in Toronto where she resides with her husband. Dr. Kajla still has close ties to Prince George and returns frequently.

She is fluent in English and Punjabi and can perform eye examinations in both languages.

Dr. Kajla also has a strong passion for community outreach including active participation in occupational safety demonstrations, pediatric seminars, and performing screenings for Syrian refugees. Most recently travelling to Panama with VOSH to provide optometric services to underserved communities there.