Dr. Camille Weissenberg was born and raised in Sacramento. She graduated from UC Davis with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and then graduated Beta Sigma Kappa from UC Berkeley School of Optometry with her Doctorate of Optometry.
Dr. Weissenberg is passionate about primary eye care. She enjoys helping people of all ages see better with glasses and contacts, or provides referrals for corrective surgery. She works diligently to address all the vision care needs of her patients.
At the Veterans Affairs hospital in Miami, she utilized her comprehensive health training to effectively provide complete primary eye care, including diabetes screenings, with a goal to improve whole health.
One of her research interests pertains to diabetes and its effects on ocular health. While attending UC Berkeley School of Optometry, she published a research study centered on improving access and the patient referral process at diabetic ocular health screenings.
She is also dedicated to volunteering in her community, both locally and globally. She volunteers annually at the DSHP diabetic health fair providing free ocular screenings. Abroad, she has led two outreach trips to Nicaragua where she provided free exams and glasses to people in need.
“I enjoy volunteering at health events because it is another chance to connect with people in my community. I like to teach people about the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, so that they can enjoy a lifetime of healthy eyesight,” says Dr. Weissenberg.
In her free time, Dr. Weissenberg and her husband enjoy hiking, reading, traveling, and playing with their cat, June Bug.