Dr. Scott Gordon

Dr. Scott Gordon graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2001, and he received his optometric degree from Southern College of Optometry in 2005.  During his time in Memphis, Dr. Gordon served as the national treasurer for the Gold Key Optometric Honor Society, he served as an SCO student ambassador, he received the Outstanding Senior Clinician Award, and he was awarded the American Optometric Association’s Leadership Award.

Dr. Gordon completed a hospital-based residency program at the Memphis VA Medical Center in 2006.  He joined Yadkin Vision Center in 2007 as an associate optometrist, and became a co-owner with his wife (Dr. Gail Gordon) when they purchased the practice in 2008.  Dr. Gordon’s primary interests include diabetic eye disease, glaucoma management, surgical co-management, ocular trauma, and pediatric eye exams.

Dr. Gordon loves spending time with his two young children, and he is an active member of Lewisville United Methodist Church, where he serves on the administrative board.  Dr. Gordon is also the owner and driver of the Yadkin Vision Center #76 Modified race team.  He races at Bowman Gray Stadium in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

Dr. Gail Gordon

Dr. Gail Gordon grew up in Davidson County and graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1999.  She received her optometric degree from Southern College of Optometry in 2003, at which time she was awarded the Outstanding Senior Clinician Award and the Southern Council of Optometrists Clinical Excellence Award.

After completing a hospital-based residency program at the Memphis VA Medical Center, Dr. Gordon spent two years as an instructor at Southern College of Optometry.  During her tenure, she received the Beta Sigma Kappa Teacher of the Year Award and was named Lab Instructor of the Year.

Dr. Gordon started working as an associate optometrist at Yadkin Vision Center in 2006, and then became co-owner in 2008 when she and her husband (Dr. Scott Gordon) purchased the practice.  Her primary interests include primary eye care of all ages, diabetic eye exams, and the management of glaucoma.

Dr. Gordon is an active member of Lewisville United Methodist Church, where she serves as a morning service greeter, a nursery volunteer, and the board chairperson for the after-school program.  Dr. Gordon is the proud mother of two children and enjoys volunteering at their elementary school.

Dr. Tyler Groce

Dr. Tyler Groce is a native of Yadkin County.  He received his undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University in 2009, and he earned his optometric degree from Southern College of Optometry in 2013.  Dr. Groce completed internships at the VA Medical Center in Salem, VA, and also at the Eye Care Center of Statesville, NC.

Dr. Groce joined Yadkin Vision Center in 2013, and he has enjoyed returning to his hometown.  His primary interests include pediatric eye exams, diabetic eye exams, and management of macular degeneration and retinal disease.  He is a member of the American Optometric Society, the NC State Optometric Society, and the Winston-Salem Optometric Society.

Dr. Groce has a passion for medical missions and has performed eye exams in Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Honduras.

In his free time Dr. Groce enjoys spending time with wife (Dr. Van Vo), his son, and their dog and also cheering for NC State.  Dr. Groce is a member of Center Grove Baptist Church.

Dr. Van Vo

Dr. Van Vo, originally from Garland, TX, graduated from The University of Houston in 2006. She earned her optometric degree from Southern College of Optometry in 2013, where she was a member of Beta Sigma Kappa National Optometric Honor Society. She completed internships in refractive co-management and primary care in Fort Worth, TX.

Dr. Vo joined Yadkin Vision Center in 2016. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, the NC State Optometric Society and the Winston Salem Optometric Society. Her primary interests include pediatric eye exams, contact lenses, glaucoma management and diabetic eye exams.

Dr. Vo is bilingual and speaks fluent Vietnamese. She has traveled on medical mission trips to Guatemala and Honduras. She enjoys spending time with her husband (Dr. Tyler Groce), their son, and their two dogs.