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.
Gregory A. Richard, M.D.
Gregory A. Richard, M.D. is a board-certified ophthalmologist specializing in the treatment of cataracts and diseases that can affect a person’s vision. Dr. Richard (Ree-shard) screens for and treats glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and diabetes affected vision, among other ophthalmological conditions. He also performs LASIK surgery. “I like it when I can help the patient appreciate the world a little more.”
Dr. Richard says he loves being an ophthalmologist because his specialty can “fix a great deal.” An example is when a family brought into his office their wheelchair-bound grandmother, whom they thought wasn’t going to last much longer. Then, Dr. Richard performed cataract surgery on her. “Next time, she came in without a wheelchair,” he says. “She just couldn’t see before.”
He says it is his job to provide patients with the latest evidence-based medicine in his specialty. “If there’s a high-quality study pointing toward a solution or specific approach, it’s my business to know about it and be comfortable incorporating it into my practice.” Dr. Richard seeks to explain the options to his patients and then together with them pick the optimal course of action. “I don’t think I’ve ever told a patient what they have to do. My suggestions will always be guided by the question, What would I want done for myself or my loved ones?”
Dr. Richard and his wife have two children, and he enjoys biking, kayaking and hiking.
Allen Kim, O.D.
Dr. Kim graduated from Pacific University in 2013 and afterward completed his residency training at the Portland VA. He specializes in management of glaucoma, macular degeneration, and dry eyes, and is also trained in fitting specialty contact lenses such as scleral, RGP, and hybrid lenses. Dr. Kim is passionate about teaching and spends part of his time at Pacific University as an adjunct clinical faculty member. He enjoys working with patients of all ages and loves the variety and challenge of seeing patients with diverse vision care needs.
A California native, Dr. Kim has called the Pacific Northwest home since 2013. He loves traveling and going on adventures with his soon to be wife as well as relaxing at home with their two cats. Dr. Kim loves good food and enjoys discovering new restaurants in addition to cooking at home. He enjoys rock climbing, biking, and is a Portland Blazers and Seattle Seahawks fan.