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Zhang Bio

 Our Doctors  

Dr. Lucy Y. Zhang, MD
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Dr. Lucy Y. Zhang, M.D. is a board-certified Comprehensive Ophthalmologist, specializing in cataract surgery and cornea. She grew up in Massachusetts, where she also attended college. Dr. Zhang received her MD degree from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. She completed her ophthalmology residency at Yale University where she earned the honor of being named the Chief Resident and was recognized for her surgical and clinical skill with the Marvin Sears Award for Clinical Excellence in Ophthalmology. She went on to pursue a cornea fellowship at the prestigious Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami, widely considered the #1 eye hospital in the US.

Dr. Zhang's unique background has given her valuable experience in performing cutting-edge refractive cataract surgery with premium high-performance intraocular lens implants, diagnosing and treating corneal disease, and managing a wide array of eye conditions including dry eye syndrome, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. She has a background in technology and engineering and strives to offer the best technologies available in eye care. She provides compassionate, high-quality care, with a focus on communication and patient education. 

In her spare time, Dr. Zhang loves baking and cooking, as well as spending time outdoors in the Bay Area. 

Undergraduate and Master's Degrees

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

(B.S. in Biology, M.Eng. in Biomedical Engineering)

Medical School

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis



Yale University / Yale-New Haven Hospital

Chief Resident


Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at University of Miami

Cornea, External Disease, and Refractive Surgery

Reiter Bio
Dr. Samuel J. Reiter, MD
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Dr. Samuel J. Reiter, M.D. is a board-certified Comprehensive
Ophthalmologist devoted to providing exceptional eye care to
every patient he meets. Born and raised here in the North
Bay, Dr. Reiter majored in history at the University of
California, Los Angeles, attended medical school at the
University of California, Davis, then completed
ophthalmology residency at California Pacific Medical Center
(CPMC) in San Francisco. Throughout his training, Dr. Reiter
pursued global health opportunities in the developing world,
including Nicaragua, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and India, where his
work amidst high rates of preventable blindness inspired him
to become an ophthalmologist.

Dr. Reiter is an experienced cataract surgeon and is grateful
to be able to improve patients’ quality of life with this
amazing procedure. He strives to make sure that his patients
understand their eye conditions, including cataract,
glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, and macular degeneration.
As the chief of International Ophthalmology at CPMC, Dr.
Reiter facilitates resident training opportunities at Aravind
Eye Hospital in southern India and teaches advanced
cataract surgical skills to residents in Alameda Health
Outside of work, Dr. Reiter loves to run, hike, bike, and play
just about any sport. He also likes cooking, gardening,
reading, traveling, and most of all being with his family.


UCLA (B.A. in History)

Medical School

UC Davis School of Medicine (M.D.)

Internship (Internal Medicine)

Kaiser Permanente, San Francisco


California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco

Dr. Robert R. Anderson, MD
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Dr. Robert R. Anderson, M.D. is a board-certified Comprehensive Ophthalmologist. He graduated from the University of Oregon Medical School having completed an additional year in Anatomic and Surgical Pathology. His rotating surgical internship was at the Medical College of Virginia. Residency and Fellowship were completed at the University of California in San Francisco. 

Dr. Anderson started practice in Marin County in 1979. He was on the UCSF Clinical staff from 1980 until 2016. He was the Chair of Ophthalmology at Marin General Hospital for more than 20 years. 

In his spare time, Dr. Anderson enjoys outdoor sports including biking, hiking, paddle boarding, and skiing. 

As of September 2020, Dr. Anderson has fully retired from medical practice. He is healthy and enjoying spending time with his wife and family. Dr. Zhang and Dr. Reiter continue to provide care for all of his patients in the office. 

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