Dr. Lillie A. Mosaddegh completed her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Illinois in Chicago with honors. She subsequently obtained her Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin at the top of her class, where she was awarded with multiple honors including the Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation Award presented by the American Medical Women’s Association, Excellence Achievement Award in Neuroanatomy, and Excellence in Gross Anatomy Award. She was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. She completed a year of internship in internal medicine at California Pacific Medical Center, she also completed her residency in ophthalmology at California Pacific Medical Center. She holds her certification from the medical board of examiners and is a board certified ophthalmologist, who has also obtained certification in various laser fields including refractive surgery and skin resurfacing procedures.
After completion of her training, Dr. Mosaddegh opened her first practice in the City of San Francisco in the Spring of 1998 and currently maintains four practices in San Francisco along with her well-qualified associates. The focus of Dr. Mosaddegh’s practice is comprehensive ophthalmology with an emphasis on external diseases, cataracts, glaucoma, and refractive procedures. She is also well-versed in the usage of Botox® for Strabismus, Blepharospasms, as well as cosmetic applications. Dr. Mosaddegh’s philosophy on patient care is one of compassion and forming a team with the patient where the patient becomes an active member in their own health care.
Dr. Lillie A. Mosaddegh has multiple locations in San Francisco and has optometrists to continue giving great service to all our patients in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Dr. Maggie Chan is a therapeutic pharmaceutical agents (TPA) certified licensed optometrist in the state of California. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry and cell biology at the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Chan continued her studies at Southern California College of Optometry where she obtained her Doctor of Optometry degree and was a member of International Optometric Honor Society, Beta Sigma Kappa. In addition, she completed one year of externships in optometry with focus on ocular disease at the University Eye Center, HuHuKam Memorial Indian Health Service Hospital and San Diego Naval Medical Hospital during her final year of optometry school.
Before joining Mosaddegh Eye Institute, Dr. Chan was practicing at a low income multidisciplinary clinic where she practiced full scope medical optometry in Sacramento, CA. She excels in the field of ocular disease including diagnosis, management and treatment of a variety infectious diseases to the eye, glaucoma, systemic conditions with ocular complications and more. During her time there, she was able to provide care to those who are underserved.
Dr. Cristina Partida is a San Francisco native. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from San Francisco State University. She then completed the Doctor of Optometry degree from Illinois College of Optometry in 2013. Dr. Partida completed her residency training in primary care at Veterans Affairs Central California Health Care System Fresno in 2016. In her spare time, Dr. Partida likes to spend quality time with her family and friends. She also enjoys walking, hiking, jogging, and watching movies.
Dr. Kelly Voltz earned her Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from the University of Virginia where she conducted research for the Department of Ophthalmology and Neuropathology. She then moved to Manhattan to pursue a career in Optometry at the State University of New York College of Optometry, receiving the Morton L. Kimmelman Memorial Award upon graduation. Her passion for contact lenses and treating dry eye and corneal disease led her to be selected for the Medical Contact Lens Fellowship Program at Oregon Health and Science University. During that time she served as a Clinical Instructor at Casey Eye Institute caring for patients in the cornea, pediatric, and medical contact lens departments. She has presented at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium on scleral lenses as a treatment option for pediatric patients and aphakia as well as at the American Academy of Optometry for treatment of chemical injuries. She is published in the Clinical Manual of Contact Lenses for post-surgical contact lens fittings.
Dr. Voltz serves on the Advisory Board of the Gas Permeable Lens Institute, Contact Lens and Cornea Section, and Content Review Committee of the American Optometric Association. She is a member of the California Optometric Association, SF Optometric Society, and Fellow of the Scleral Lens Education Society. Dr. Voltz is a therapeutic pharmaceutical agent and glaucoma certified optometrist. Her special interests include keratoconus, ocular surface disease, and contact lenses. She enjoys treating patients of all ages and is excited to serve the San Francisco community at Mosaddegh Eye Institute.