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Dr. Victoria Blower

Dr. Blower has been practicing optometry in Anchorage since 1985. Originally from Michigan, she has lived in Alaska for over 30 years. She attended the University of Alaska Anchorage as an undergraduate and graduate school at the University of California School of Optometry. She opened Accurate Vision Clinic in 1990. Dr. Blower is certified to treat and manage ocular diseases. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, and the California and Alaska Optometric Associations. She has served as an officer of the Alaska Optometric Association. Locally, she is a member of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and Business and Professional Women’s Association.

Dr. Blower has done extensive volunteer work with the Alaska Health Fair organization for many years. Dr Blower is married to local attorney David Schmid. She enjoys people of all ages and has extensive experience working with children, difficult to fit contact lens cases, and providing personalized eye care.