Founded in the 1980s, Park City Vision has been Summit County's premier eye center for decades. Its sterling reputation has only improved over the years, and the focus of the practice has always been on providing the highest quality of personalized care to locals and visitors alike.
In 2017, Park City Vision Center became Park City Vision Source - with new local ownership and major investments in the most advanced, comprehensive eye health technology available. With tools like Optos wide angle photographs, a visual field instrument that helps detect damage to visual fibers, to a number of additional instruments to protect sight while checking eyes for any early signs of disease, your exam is truly comprehensive.
From regular check-ups to vacation emergencies, your vision and ocular health are our primary concern. We are committed to providing you with the best quality of eye care you've ever received, and look forward to welcoming you to our office.
Dr. Stephanie Castle received her Doctor of Optometry from Southern California College of Optometry, in Fullerton, California. She graduated with Cum Laude honors and was an active member of Beta Sigma Kappa, the international honors society. Prior to optometry school, Dr. Castle completed her Bachelors of Science in Biology at the University of California, Los Angeles. She completed internships in an ophthalmology practice in Sacramento, California, a primary care optometry office in Lake Tahoe, California, and at the VA Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she also completed her residency.
During her residency, Dr. Castle focused on ocular diseases including glaucoma, macular degeneration, and dry eye. She also specialized in fitting specialty contact lenses under the direction of Dr. Harald Olafsson at both the VA hospital, and at the Moran Eye Center. She has a particular interest in myopia control, and is a certified Orthokerotology contact lens practitioner.
Dr. Castle has practiced in Park City since 2011 and enjoys serving her community. She is a member of the Utah Optometric Association, the American Optometric Association, and devotes a lot of time providing eye care to the underserved community in the greater Salt Lake Valley. She loves to travel, ski and hike with her husband and their son.
Dr. Blanco was born and raised in Northern Arizona. He attended Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry graduating Summa Cum Laude. During his studies he was involved with Rural Health Scholars, where he participated clinical and cultural experiences at the Indian Health Service Hospital in Shiprock, NM. He also worked with the Lions Club to help donate glasses for a non-profit organization Eyes for Zimbabwe. He then attended Pacific University College of Optometry where he received his Doctorate of Optometry in 2016 and was awarded the Excellence in Low Vision award for his clinical training. While in school he was a member of Beta Sigma Kappa, an honors society. During school he traveled to Tanzania with Amigos Eye Care, a non-profit organization of students, doctors and community members affiliated with Pacific University that provided quality vision care at no cost to underserved people of Tanzania.
Dr. Blanco completed his internships at Pacific University College of Optometry, Indian Health Services in Fort Hall, ID, The Eye Institute of Utah and Hoopes Vision. His internships have provided experience and expertise in primary care, contact lens, ocular disease, surgical co-management of cataract and LASIK patients, neuro-optometry and low vision.