MISSION VIEJO, Calif.—Total Vision this week announced the addition of Camarillo Vision Center in Southern California to its network. The office’s Dr. Marty Schneider brings 35 years of experience in patient care needs in Ventura County to the network, according to the announcement. The terms of the new partnership were not disclosed. “Dr. Schneider and his associate, Dr. Vicky Chow, embody the Total Vision concept of transforming lives by establishing an extraordinary standard of care,” Dr. Steve Klein, chief medical officer of Total Vision, said in the announcement.

“They are well respected, forward thinking doctors that want to enhance the lives of their patients every day,” Klein said.
Dr. Schneider graduated from the Pacific University College of Optometry in 1985 and has been in private practice in Camarillo since 1986. He is a member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), and he was previously voted a “Favorite Optometrist of the Year.”
Total Vision chief executive officer Neil Collier and chief financial officer Doug Cannon also welcomed Dr. Schneider, Dr. Chow, and the entire Camarillo Vision Center staff to the Total Vision team. “This is an exciting time for us to welcome Dr. Schneider with his extensive background and experience in optometry as we continue to expand our footprint throughout California,” Collier said.
Total Vision, one of the largest networks of vision providers in California, employs more than 440 team members, including 87 doctors. The network has roughly 40 office locations in California, and is backed by the private equity group New York City-based Bregal Partners.