Dedicated Professionals

Ophthalmologists are medical doctors(M.D.s) who complete 4 years of graduate medical study, 1 year of training in medicine/surgery, and 3 years of residency. Optometrists are doctors of Optometry(O.D.s) who have completed 4 years of graduate optometry school, often times with an additional year of residency training. Our opticians are professionally trained to custom fit and dispense prescription glasses. 

Our Ophthalmologist

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Anthony Agadzi, M.D.

Dr. Agadzi joined our practice in 2007. He received his medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis, and then completed his residency training in Ophthalmology at the University of California, San Francisco. Having lived, studied, and travelled extensively internationally, Dr. Agadzi is fluent in several languages including Spanish, Russian, and working knowledge of French. He enjoys wine, art, and traveling. His outdoor interests include biking and downhill skiing. He has held clinical professorships at UCSF and Touro University Schools of Medicine and taught both residents and medical students alike. He also has vivid interest in international ophthalmology and has traveled to Haiti as part of a medical mission trip. Dr. Agadzi is also a Vallejo Executive Lions Club member which partners with the Lions Eye foundation and provides numerous eye-related charitable activities. Dr. Agadzi enjoys connecting with his patients and staff while giving back to the community. 

Our Optometrists

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Laura Schrupp, O.D.

Dr. Schrupp received her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles in Psychobiology. She went on to earn both her Doctor of Optometry and Master of Sciences degree from State University of New York College of Optometry. She completed clinical rotations at the Southern Arizona Veterans Administration in Tucson, AZ and Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, CA. While a student in optometry school, she went on mission trips to provide eye care in Peru, Honduaras, and rural Appalachia. 

After completing her doctorate, Dr. Schrupp practiced for over ten years in San Francisco and then Pleasanton where she specialized in family eye care, as well as treating medical eye conditions and managing post operative surgical care. She has advanced certification in prescribing eye medications and is able to diagnose and treat glaucoma. 

In her spare time, she enjoys skiing, hiking, and spending time with friends and family. 

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Quan B. Dao, O.D., F.A.A.O.

Dr. Quan Dao received her Bachelor’s of Arts in both Integrative Biology and Gender and Woman’s studies from the University of California, Berkeley. She then received her Doctorate of Optometry from Pacific University. During her time in school, she participated in multiple mission trips to rural areas, including Oregon and Cambodia to provide free eye care/resources during her spring/winter breaks. Her clinical externships included National wide Medical Center in Arizona, Portland VA, Naval Medical Center in San Diego, and an internal vision therapy/pediatric rotation at Pacific University. After optometry school, Dr. Dao completed a one-year residency program in Ocular Disease at the University of California, Berkeley. She has special interests in ocular disease, pre- and post- surgical management, myopia control, and specialty contact lenses. 

Dr. Dao is a community-minded clinician, providing care to patients of all ages and backgrounds. Dr. Dao is able to serve her patients in both English, Vietnamese, and basic Spanish. In her spare time, she enjoys rock climbing, trying out new restaurants, and traveling to national parks.