Dr. Candace (Paul) Hoff was born and raised in Dickinson and has been providing eyecare to her hometown since 2008. She graduated from Dickinson High School in 2001 and attended Jamestown College until she was awarded early acceptance at Pacific University’s College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon.
During her four years of optometry school, one of Dr. Hoff’s most rewarding experiences was providing eyecare at the Landstuhl Regional Army Medical Center in south central Germany for our brave men and women in uniform. Now back home in southwest North Dakota Dr. Hoff takes great pride in providing eyecare for the area’s military veterans.
Dr. Hoff sees patients of all ages, but especially enjoys caring for infants, children and young adults. Dr. Hoff knows that many vision and eye problems occur early in life, therefore she performs vision screenings on infants at no cost. Dr. Hoff also prides herself on making her eye exams very informative for her patients. During an exam with Dr. Hoff you will learn about your eyesight, the health of your eyes and how to protect your vision.
If you have questions about your vision, a health concern related to the eyes, or different options for eyeglasses, contact lenses or refractive surgery Dr. Hoff would be happy to visit with you and together determine the best option for you and your lifestyle.
When not talking about eyes or vision you can find Dr. Hoff at home feeding cows or tending to peppers and squash in her garden. Dr. Hoff and her husband, Casey, farm and raise cattle in the Richardton area. Dr. Hoff takes great pleasure in caring for their Hereford cows and F1 baldy calves and looks forward to raking hay each summer. Don’t be surprised if you see her in the office wearing cowboy boots on Fridays!
Dr. Amy Haugeberg (How-gah-berg, or Dr. Amy for short) joined the Visionary Eye Care team in 2021. She grew up in west central Minnesota and completed her undergraduate degree in Valley City, North Dakota. She earned her Doctorate of Optometry at the Oklahoma College of Optometry in 2017. During school she spent several summers enjoying the western North Dakota grasslands working for NDSU extension center, and she is glad to be back settling into the community.
Dr. Haugeberg is happy to see patients of all ages and stages of eye health. She believes in preventative medicine and enjoys helping patients understand their eye health and vision.
When she’s not in the office, Dr. Haugeberg enjoys spending time with her husband, Ben and daughter, Lucy. As a family they enjoy cooking (and eating) new recipes, endless house projects and outdoor activities with their American Water Spaniel, Ruby.
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This is what you can expect from us:
1. We put patients first.
2. We exude compassion during every encounter.
3. We seek opportunities to go above and beyond as we do for our own family.
4. When a problem arises we take ownership and find a solution.
5. We explain why our products and services are needed.
6. Trust is our backbone, so we transparent, honest and humble.
7. New challenges constantly exist so we are creative and innovative as we rise to meet these challenges.
8. We embrace innovative technology to enhance your experience and level of care.
9. We foster teamwork with each other and the community that support us.
10. We make it fun!