Hillsboro Vision Clinic
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Phone: 503-648-5522

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Dr. Matthew Perry, O.D. Photo of Dr. Perry

Dr. Perry is a native Oregonian and was raised in Beaverton. He received a teaching degree from Oregon College of Education and taught elementary school in Beaverton for three years. In 1987, Dr. Perry graduated with distinction from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove. He assumed the responsibility of caring for Dr. Gordon T. Lind's patients when Dr. Lind retired from practice in 1988.

Dr. Perry and his wife, Debbie, live in Hillsboro. They have three grown children and are getting use to being empty nesters. In their free time they enjoy family get togethers, traveling, golfing and working around the house.

Dr. Perry is a member of the Oregon Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. He attends conferences throughout the Northwest for continuing education each year.

Dr. Toby L. Andreasen, O.D.

Photo of Dr. AndreasenDr. Andreasen was born in Oregon, but grew up in Northeastern Idaho. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University and his Doctor of Optometry from Pacific University, where he graduated Valedictorian of his class. Dr. Andreasen joined our practice in 2004 and is thrilled to be back in Oregon permanently.

Dr. Andreasen enjoys reading, tennis, outdoor recreation, and most of all spending time with his wife Julie, daughter Brooke and his three sons Grant, Josh and Cole.

Dr. Andreasen is a member of the Oregon Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. He speaks Spanish fluently. He enjoys treating patients of all ages, including children and infants, and treating diseases of the eye.


Dr. Rachael Kenyon, O.D.

Dr Rachael Kenyon

Dr. Rachael Kenyon was born and raised in Portland Oregon. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University and her Doctor of Optometry degree from Pacific University, graduating with distinction. Dr. Kenyon completed her clinical training with externships in primary eye optometry, pediatrics, vision therapy, and medical optometry. Outside of clinic, Dr. Kenyon enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She is an avid crafter and loves baking. Dr. Kenyon is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association. She enjoys providing one-on-one care to patients of all ages.




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Our team of opticians includes Kevin Duffy, Kellen Plomski and Paul Willis.

Choosing the right lens and frame options for your best optical correction is can be confusing and a bit overwhelming at times.  Our team of opticians has over 65 years of combined experience in helping you select a frame and lens combination that fit your lifestyle and budget for occupational, recreational or everyday dress eyewear.  Our optical carries over 1,200 frames and we have an in office finishing lab to help speed turn-around time and ensure the highest quality possible.  No appointment is necessary to stop by and see our frame selection or have your glasses adjusted or repaired.   


Carol Barr

Carol Barr Office ManagerCarol has been the office manager at Hillsboro Vision Clinic since 1997. She is a lifelong Hillsboro resident and has many ties to the community. Prior to coming to work for Dr. Perry Carol worked in banking as a customer service representative.

Carol can perform nearly any task in the office and has a great sense of eyewear fashion. She will help you choose the perfect frame for your new glasses.


Teri Morton

Photo of Teri Morton

Teri is our insurance and billing specialist. This is a huge task considering all of the different insurance companies and their individual requirements. In the rare instance there is a problem with insurance billing, Teri will work with you and the insurance company to resolve the issue.






Optometric Assistants

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Ale, Michelle, Diana, Krystle, Jenny, Amanda and Felicia assist Dr. Perry, Dr. Andreasen and Dr. Kenyon during the vision examination process.

  • Pre-testing consists of measuring visual acuity with and without correction.
  • Visual field testing measures the sensitivity of the retina. A lack of sensitivity can indicate diseases such as glaucoma and macular degeneration.
  • An auto refractor and auto keratometer then estimates your distance refractive error and measures the shape of the cornea.
  • Non-contact tonometry measures the internal pressure of the eye, a screening test for glaucoma.
  • Panoramic retinal photography from our Optos imaging system is available for patients at this time as well.

All of our assistants also help patients with contact lens training and care and with frame selection. All three assistants are warm and caring individuals who make your vision exam a pleasant experience.

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