Dr. Anne Grattan is an Orange County native and moved north to attend the University of California, Berkeley where she received both a Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular and Cell Biology and a Doctor of Optometry graduate degree. She went on to pursue advanced training and completed a residency program in ocular disease, low vision rehabilitation, and specialty contact lenses at the Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. Throughout her training, Dr. Grattan received many awards and scholarships and is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Grattan has been practicing for over 10 years and loves her work. She provides primary eye care examinations and manages and treats ocular conditions such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and dry eye syndrome. She also helps provide better vision for patients with irregular corneas with specialty contact lenses and low vision examinations for patients with visual impairment.
Dr. Grattan enjoys volunteering her time and serving her community at local vision screenings. She has also participated in international mission clinic trips in Honduras, Los Cabos, and Mexico City. She hopes to continue traveling the world and helping underserved communities.
In her spare time, Dr. Grattan enjoys cooking, reading, practicing calligraphy, and playing board games. Nowadays though, she finds it difficult to get much free time with two toddler girls running around. She now dedicates most of her days to re-living her own childhood by planning fun kid activities for her children and husband.