top of page

609 NW Hickory St. Suite 160

Albany, OR   97321


See Well

Feel Great


Monday 9-5

Tuesday 9-5

Wednesday 9-1

Thursday 9-6

Friday 9-5

Our Doctors

Dr. Stephanie Emmert


Undergraduate:    Oregon State University

                     Doctorate:             OD, Southern College of Optometry

Dr. Stephanie Emmert and Dr. Kelly Batey founded River View Family Eyecare in 2010, the Oregon Vision Development Center Albany in 2015 and the Oregon Vision Development Center Eugene in 2022. Dr. Emmert has had the privilege of working with thousands of patients to provide comprehensive eye health exams, prescribe glasses and contact lenses, treat and manage ocular diseases and resolve more complex visual issues with lens prescribing and vision therapy.


She is a member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD), the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA) and the College of Syntonic Optometry.


She is especially passionate about working to improve the quality of life of patients who experience post-concussion vision symptoms and finding solutions for patients who experience double vision.

IMG_0170 (2).JPG
Dr. Aaron Salzano


Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry

Fellow of the College of

Optometrists in Vision Development


             Undergraduate:    Prerequisites, George Fox University
                                             BS in Vision Science, Pacific University

             Doctorate:             OD, Pacific University College of Optometry

        Residency:            Pediatric Optometry and Vision Therapy, SCCO at MBKU

             Certification:        Fellow, American Academy of Optometry

                                             Fellow, College of Optometrists in Vision Development

Dr. Salzano completed an additional year of residency in pediatrics and vision therapy with the renowned faculty at SCCO. He is passionate about improving the visual efficiency and development of all patients, from infants, to athletes, to special needs, to patients with brain injuries and beyond.


He is a member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) and also serves as a member of the American Optometric Association’s Sports and Performance Vision Committee.


Much of his time is spent as an ​Assistant Professor and Chief of Vision Therapy and Pediatrics at Pacific University's College of Optometry.

See Well & Feel Great

See Well & Feel Great

bottom of page