Our Doctors

Doctor Rosiland Hursh OD, FAAORosiland Hursh OD, FAAO
Optometric Physician

Dr. Rosiland Hursh has been helping patients see better at the Eye To Eye Clinic since 2002. Dr. Hursh received her Doctor of Optometry Degree from Pacific University in 1998. She then completed a residency program in Primary Eye Care and Geriatrics at the Portland Veterans Administration Hospital, which provided extensive experience in managing a wide variety of eye disorders. She is a Board-Certified optometrist with the American Board of Optometry, Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, former President of the Portland Metro Optometric Society, and former Education Director of the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association.   She received the Vision Service Plan Award for Excellence in Primary Care Optometry, as well as receiving the Oregon Lions Advanced Hellen Keller Award for Distinguished Service on the Behalf of Sight.

Dr. Hursh performs comprehensive family vision care with special emphasis on computer vision problems and fitting of contact lenses. She has volunteered on several overseas eye care missions and is a member and past President of the Wilsonville Lions Club. She enjoys baking and cooking as well as caring for her cats. Dr. Hursh is ready to provide exceptional quality eye care for you and your family.

Lorne Yudcovitch OD, MS, FAAOLorne Yudcovitch OD, MS, FAAO
Optometric Physician

Originally from Alberta, Canada, Dr. Lorne Yudcovitch joined the Eye To Eye Clinic in early 2004. Dr. Yudcovitch received his Optometric Physician degree with highest distinction from Pacific University in 1996, followed with a Teaching Fellowship and Master of Science in Clinical Optometry Degree in 1997. He is a Board-Certified optometrist with the American Board of Optometry, Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, and Consultant Item Writer for the National Board of Examiners in Optometry. He has volunteered on several overseas eye care missions and has lectured at numerous optometric conferences internationally.

Dr. Yudcovitch serves as a full-time Professor of Optometry at Pacific University. He specializes in infant and children eye care, ocular disease, and the fitting of contact lenses. He has basic fluency in Spanish pertaining to eye exams. He enjoys composing and recording original music as well as cycling and reading. Dr. Yudcovitch is available to serve your eye care needs.

Michela Kenning OD, FAAO
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Dr. Michela Kenning first fell in love with the profession of optometry while managing a hospital practice following her undergraduate work at Creighton University in Omaha, NE.  After graduating from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, OR, she completed a residency at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in St. Louis, MO.  She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and currently serves as Assistant Professor of Optometry at Pacific University.  She joined Eye to Eye Clinic in 2015.  Dr. Kenning has special interests in geriatric care, primary care services, and ocular disease.  During her free time, she enjoys traveling, visiting museums, attending local art events, and spending time with her husband.  She looks forward to helping you see well and stay healthy!

Dr RettenmeierStephanie Rettenmeier OD Optometric Physician

Dr. Stephanie Rettenmeier joined the Eye to Eye Clinic in 2018. Originally from Wisconsin, she moved to Oregon to obtain her Doctor of Optometry degree through Pacific University in 2017. Following graduation, she completed a residency with the Veterans Administration Portland Health Care System in Salem, OR. Here she specialized in primary care optometry and worked with a largely geriatric population treating and managing ocular disease. Dr. Rettenmeier ensures patients have a well-rounded eye exam which includes maintaining exceptional vision through contact lenses or glasses as well as monitoring ocular health. She emphasizes the importance of staying healthy & likes to educate you on how your health can affect your eyes and vision.

When Dr. Rettenmeier is not practicing optometry, she enjoys crocheting, reading, caring for her cats, exploring the Pacific Northwest by backpacking and hiking, and cooking with locally farm-grown ingredients.

Dr. Rettenmeier looks forward to providing comprehensive vision and eye care services to you and your family!