Dr. Schamber is originally from Cold Lake, Alberta. He completed two years of undergraduate science at the University of Alberta before transferring into the optometry program at the University of Waterloo. In 1997 he received his Doctor of Optometry degree with honours. He then traveled to Miami, Florida to complete a residency in ocular disease and surgical co-management at world renowned Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. Since 1998, he has been in private practice in Saskatoon, leaving only for a one-year sabbatical as a staff optometrist at The Eye Institute in New Port Richey, Florida.
Dr. Schamber has lectured for the Canadian Diabetes Association regarding the effects of diabetes on the eye, to family physicians on emergency eye care, and to ophthalmology residents about contact lens fitting and assessment. He has been recognized by Bausch & Lomb for excellence in the field of contact lenses, and maintains a special interest in ocular disease and surgical co-management. He was the chair of the Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists' Continuing Education committee for nearly 10 years, and now serves on its Practice Appraisal committee. Outside of optometry, his focus is on his wife and their two young boys.
Dr. Orr has been practicing for over 15 years and has relocated her practice to Vista Eyecare.
Dr. Finch was born and raised in Prince Albert, SK. She completed her Bachelor of Science at the University of Saskatchewan then moved to Chicago, IL to attend Illinois College of Optometry. In 2012 she graduated with a Doctor of Optometry - Cum Laude.
During Dr. Finch's studies, she worked at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana, the University of Kentucky Eye Clinic, the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center, and the Illinois Eye Institute. The majority of her time as an intern was spent focusing on ocular disease, emergency eye care, pediatrics, and general eye care.
After graduating, Dr. Finch worked at a private practice in Waukegan, IL. During her year there, she worked with a wide range of patients with a significant focus on treating amblyopia in children.
Dr. Finch happily returned to Saskatchewan in 2013 and joined Vista Eyecare in 2015.