Dilzer Eye Care Associates, PC
9:00 am-5:00 pm
9:00 am-6:00 pm
9:00 am-6:00 pm
8:30 am-5:00 pm
8:30 am-5:00 pm
Dr. D. “Scott” Dilzer received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Richmond in 1992 and continued to the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia where he received his Doctor of Optometry. He found a special calling for private practice, where he would be able to spend quality time with his patients . He especially enjoys getting to know his patients as they grow, and is now seeing kids of patients he knew as kids!
Dr. Annette Dilzer hails originally from the city of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. She earned her B.A. from Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, PA. Dr. Dilzer pursued her optometric education at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia, PA, where she met her husband. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Virginia Optometric Association and the Purcellville Business and Professional Association.
Originally from near Columbus, Ohio, Dr. Pittman obtained her Bachelors of Science at Fairmont State University in Fairmont, WV, where she was also a pitcher on the softball team. It was during school there that she met her husband, Lance. Following graduation, she headed back to her home state to attend the Ohio State University College of Optometry. She spent the next couple of years working at a private practice in northern West Virginia before finally joining our team in July of 2014.
Nicki joined Dilzer Eye Care in 2010, and we are impressed by her ability to smoothly run our operations. Our guests are always wowed by her ability to get things done, and has a knack for calmly speaking with people. Nicki brings more than 8 years of experience in optics and the eyecare industry. She gladly assists guests in all areas in of the office. We can honestly say there is nothing Nicki can't do! Nicki keeps Dr. Scott on his toes and she always has a joke to play on him.
Karen is very knowledgeable about insurance and coverage issues. If you have a question about your coverage she is able to help you understand it clearly. Karen has a special, calm way about her, and is exceptionally patient when explaining your insurance benefits. When not in the office, Karen really enjoys family time (especially with her grandson), outdoor activities, reading, scrapbooking, and sewing.
You will meet Jackie at our guest services desk. Jackie is our Guest Services Leader. She works intimately with our management team to ensure that a superior experience is received by every guest. Jackie joined Dilzer Eye Care in 2013, and has a strong customer service background, Her cheerfulness compliments Dilzer Eye Care very well. She truly loves what she does, and has a passion for making you feel comfortable.
Kelly brings to Dilzer Eye Care a third generation of experience in opticianry. He has 34 years experience in the optical field. With experience in making and dispensing fine optics, Kelly makes sure you receive the very best in quality and satisfaction. In his spare time, Kelly can be found biking, hiking along the Appalachian Trail, camping with his family, flying anything that has RC associated with it, and playing with his son. Kelly resides in Berryville with his family.
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