April Oliver, O.D.
Dr. April Oliver was born and raised in Mesquite, TX. She earned her Bachelor degree in Biology from the University of North Texas and graduated with honors. She later completed her Doctorate in Optometry at the University of Houston College of Optometry. During this time, she was honored with Letters of Excellence in Family Practice and the Nick Stoyan Memorial Grant for Orthokeratology.
While earning her doctorate, she also received extensive training by working at Berkeley Eye Center, Texas Eye Institute, Good Neighbor Clinic, Golden Eye Clinic in Center and Lehmann Eye Center in Nacogdoches.
Dr. Oliver enjoys participating in local charities, including See to Succeed and Klein ISD Vision Outreach Program, which provide free eye exams and glasses to hundreds of deserving children in the Houston metroplex. She lectures to several local organizations on the importance of eye health. She also spends time with local Houston ISD nurses and teaches them about common pediatric eye conditions so that they are able to detect them at a younger age.
While providing comprehensive eye care to patients, she is also certified in treating many ocular diseases, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration.
Her special interests include Dry Eye Syndrome, Lasik and Cataract surgery co management and specialty contact lens fittings (sclerals, multifocal, prosthetic, keratoconus, and post surgical). She loves working with children of all ages and tries to make them as comfortable and at ease as possible during the exam. Finally, she enjoys taking the extra time to listen carefully to patients and also thoroughly explain findings in an easy to understand manner.
Dr. Oliver enjoys spending time with her husband, cooking, reading, painting, spending time outdoors, traveling and spending time with friends and family.
Anna Khoja, O.D.
Dr. Anna Khoja grew up in Nederland, Texas, and graduated with honors from Texas A&M University, earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health. She completed her Doctorate in Optometry at the University of Houston College of Optometry. During this time, Dr. Khoja received a Letter of Excellence in Family Practice and several merit-based scholarships. She graduated with Summa cum laude honors, as a member of Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society, and as a Student Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Khoja received extensive training in ocular disease and specialty contact lens fitting during her clinical rotations at Community Eye Center in Fort Worth, Space Center Eye Associates in Clear Lake, and HOPE Clinic in Houston, Texas. She also had the opportunity to provide comprehensive eye care to underserved populations through her rotations.
Dr. Khoja is passionate about public health education and translates this into patient care by providing her patients with comprehensive and informative eye exams.
She practices an extensive scope of optometry, including the management of medical eye diseases using many therapeutic strategies, with the goal of maximizing patients’ vision and making a positive difference in their lives.
Fluent in Urdu, Dr. Khoja is happy to see patients who prefer speaking the language.
During her free time, Dr. Khoja enjoys watching television, listening to podcasts, trying new cuisine around the city, and spending time with friends and family.