I really enjoy being able to help people, whether it’s diagnosing
conditions or providing treatments. Being able to see clearly can be a
life-changing event, and I feel fortunate to be part of that.
Originally from Othello, Washington, Dr. Walker grew up in central Washington.
He graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho and then worked in a
variety of professional industries. Inspired by eye doctors in his life,
Walker attended Arizona College of Optometry, earning his Doctor of Optometry
degree in 2015.
Since leaving Arizona, Dr. Walker has practiced optometry in Nampa, Idaho
and in Pasco, Washington. Married with five children ages 4 through 13,
Dr. Walker has an active family. They are all happy to be part of CBHA,
where their dad is joining their uncle, Dr. Walker’s brother, Matthew
Walker, who works as a Certified Physician Assistant.
• Comprehensive Eye Exams
• Prescription Lenses and Contact Lenses
• Prescription Sun Glasses
• Foreign Objects Removal
• Eye Disease Management
• Pre & Post-Operative Surgical Eye Care
• Treatment of Eye Injuries and Infection, Allergies & Irritation
Dr. Walker says he felt called to study optometry after he graduated college
with his bachelor’s degree and worked in other professions for a
few years. It’s been the perfect career for him, he says, because
it’s rewarding on a daily basis, and he enjoys helping people. “I
really enjoy problem-solving and being able to help people, whether it’s
diagnosing conditions and providing treatments to help someone keep their
eyesight, or improving the sight they already have. They’re always
happy when they leave! Being able to see clearly can be a life-changing
event, and I feel fortunate to be part of that.”
“We’re so excited to be serving in the Columbia Basin. This
is home to me,” says Dr. Walker. “I enjoy the sunshine in
central Washington – I grew up in the area. I enjoy outdoor activities
– hunting and fishing. And we have parents and siblings close by.”
The Connell Clinic is open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dr. Walker looks
forward to seeing patients in the coming weeks.