At Oregon Eye Physicians & Surgeons, we are committed to offering the best solutions for your eye health and vision. You’ll find that our staff, technology and services are all thoughtfully orchestrated to give you the time and attention you deserve. We specialize in you.
Our doctors are caring professionals dedicated to improving your vision. They are board-certified to treat a range of eye diseases and conditions, including glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, eye infections and diabetic complications. Their focus is always to guide you to the safest and most effective treatment.
Bruce W. Madsen, M.D.
Physician & Surgeon
Dr. Madsen is a board certified ophthalmologist who has been practicing at Oregon Eye Physicians and Surgeons since 2012. He grew up in Idaho and completed his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University. He went on to graduate with honors and a Masters degree in Business Administration and Health Services Administration from Arizona State University. He took his love of hospital administration further and completed his medical school training at Finch University Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School. Dr. Madsen then served as chief resident at the University of Texas Health Science Center where he developed skills in the latest technique of cataract surgery with refractive IOLs, as well as treatment for glaucoma, strabismus, and ocular plastics. He also provides emergency and routine eye care for children and adults.
Dr. Madsen enjoys working closely with optometry. His record shows that he is a strong advocate for building and maintaining strong relationships between optometry and ophthalmology.
He and his wife and their six children are very involved with their church. He is passionate about helping people. His interests include working with the Special Olympics, golfing, tennis, skiing, fishing, playing softball, and spending time with his family.
Shannon Seymour, O.D.
Dr. Seymour is fiercely positive! We have yet to meet anyone that loves her job more. Raised in the high desert, she enjoys sunshine and skiing. She has four amazing teenagers that keep her more than a little busy.
Dr. Seymour completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Nevada, Reno and her doctor of optometry from Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR. She was introduced to vision therapy in 1999 and knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that she was put on this earth to help people see better. Dr. Seymour has a strong fondness for working with children and the elderly; she spends several days per week providing optometric care in nursing homes from St. Helens down to Albany.
Visit Dr. Seymour and you’re sure to leave with a smile!
Susan Littlefield, O.D.
Assistant Professor and Clinic Director at Pacific University College of Optometry
Dr. Littlefield obtained her B.S. in Psychology from North Dakota State University and her O.D. from Pacific University College of Optometry. She also completed a teaching fellowship in Ocular Disease and Advanced Procedures at Pacific University College of Optometry. Dr. Littlefield ran a successful private practice on the eastside of Seattle for 10 years before returning to academia in 2005. She developed the Outreach Program and served as Director of Community Outreach at Pacific University College of Optometry for over 10 years.
Dr. Littlefield currently teaches Patient Care, Refractive Surgery and is a clinic attending for 3rd-year Optometry students in both Primary Eye Care and Medical Eye clinics. Dr. Littlefield serves as a clinical attending in Pacific University’s Interprofessional Diabetic clinic, is on the AMIGOS Board of Directors and attending doctor of AMIGOS Eye Care teams to Peru, Cambodia, Belize and China to provide vision care to underserved populations. Dr. Littlefield’s clinical interests include refractive surgery, treatment of cataracts, diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma.
Outside of work she enjoys traveling, hiking and relaxing with family and friends.