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Dr. Brandon Bzovey


Dr. Bzovey started his studies at the University of Manitoba where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science, later earning his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Waterloo. At Waterloo he graduated on the Dean’s honours list and received the award for excellence in Ocular health for having the combination of the highest grade and excellent management of ocular diseases. During his studies at the University of Waterloo, Dr. Bzovey was trained at multiple ocular clinics in Manitoba/Ontario, and at the Veteran Affairs Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. There he treated and managed a wide variety of ocular diseases and other eye conditions alongside eye care specialists.

Homegrown just outside the east perimeter, Dr. Bzovey loves traveling and the thrill of adventure. He has traveled to multiple countries in South America, where he has done a VOSH mission trip to provide vision care to local people of Ecuador.

Practice interests are in ocular disease management, pediatrics and staying up to date with the latest technology/treatment to better help the patients at Village Optical. His career goal is to advance the optometry profession allowing for better accessible eyecare to everyone. He looks forward to meeting and providing exceptional eyecare to you and your family.


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have closed the office to routine care. Contact lens orders can still be made, and limited eyeglasses services are available. For everyone’s safety, we are providing free delivery for all contact lenses. Please call 204-253-9219 or e-mail to place an order.

We remain open for urgent situations and emergency care. Please call to schedule an appointment. Our new office hours are 10am to 2pm, Monday to Friday, and we also have an after hours emergency phone that can be reached at 431-275-2495. If you would like to be put on a call list for when routine care resumes, please let us know by phone or email.

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