Meet Our Optometrists

Pamela Solly, O.D. received her Doctor of Optometry from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2006 and attended the University of Toledo for her undergraduate studies. Dr. Solly’s path to a career in optometry began when the Review Board at Ohio State University admitted her to the College of Optometry by crediting her previous 15 years of experience as an ophthalmic technician.

Dr. Solly graduated from an ophthalmic technician program in 1988 and began work as a technician for a general ophthalmologist. Her additional responsibilities had her assisting in all surgeries, such as cataract, glaucoma, eye lid, and eye muscle. After eight years, she went to a refractive surgery center where she became the lead technician and assisted with excimer laser procedures. Dr. Solly felt she was now ready for new challenges and moved on to the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center.

At the Kellogg Eye Center, Dr. Solly advanced her certification level to become a Certified Ophthalmic Medical Technician (COMT). At this level, she was doing the same work as an optometrist, except for looking in the back of the eye. It was then that she decided to return to school and earn the letters after her name. This would also earn her the privilege of having her name on the prescription and treatment plan instead of the ophthalmologist or ophthalmology resident. By identifying and resolving the individual visual needs of her patients, Dr. Solly always enjoys seeing the impact that improved vision can have in their everyday lives.

In her time away from the office, Dr. Solly enjoys spending time with her family and dogs. She also enjoys playing golf and pursuing her interest in photography.

Collin Tam, O.D.

Collin Tam, O.D. received his Doctor of Optometry from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 1993 and earned his Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from the San Jose State University in 1988.

Dr. Tam specializes in orthokeratology, myopia control, dry eye disease and specialty contact lenses. To Dr. Tam, sight is an important function, and he is passionate about helping patients with vision impairments enhance their lives through clearer eyesight. Dr. Tam loves being able to interact with patients that have diverse ocular problems and to help solve them.

In Dr. Tam’s free time, he enjoys attending music festivals, visiting local clubs and a variety of restaurants in the Austin area. He is also a big sports fan, supporting local teams including the Texas Longhorns and the Austin FC soccer club.

Jordan Reyes, O.D.

Jordan Reyes, O.D. received his Doctor of Optometry from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2022 and earned her Bachelor of Science & Arts in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin in 2018.

Dr. Reyes specializes in ocular disease and dry eye management. Growing up, visiting the optometrist was always Dr. Reyes’ favorite type of doctor appointments. Because of this, it was an easy decision for Dr. Reyes to become an optometrist once he decided he wanted a career in the medical field. To Dr. Reyes, every patient is different, and he enjoys the unique management of their individual needs. Moreover, Dr. Reyes loves working with patients to provide them with clear and comfortable vision.

In Dr. Reyes’s free time, he enjoys exploring the Austin area looking for the best new restaurants and cheering on the Texas Longhorns at football games.

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