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A graduate of the Illinois College of Optometry, Dr. Lim is an active member of The American Optometric Association, California Optometric Association, Santa Clara County Optometric Society the Banzai Consortium and the Magellan Optometry Group. Dr. Lim is a past recipient of the Young Optometrist of the year award in Santa Clara County and California, as well as the Optometrist of the year in Santa Clara County. He has also served on the San Jose Mercury News Reader Advisory Board.
Being very involved in his profession, he served as the Political Activities Coordinator for the Santa Clara County Optometric Society for over thirty years, as well as serving on the board of trustees of the California Optometric Political Action Committee. He has been a guest speaker at the American Optometric Student Association Western Regional Conference at UC Berkeley and the Illinois College of Optometry. He has also served on the board of the California Optometric Laser Associates and as the Northern California Political Activities Coordinator for the American Optometric Association Political Action Committee. Dr. Lim is currently on the Alumni Council of the Illinois College of Optometry, his alma mater. He was recently appointed to the Advisory Board of the Primary Eyecare Network, one of the premier eyecare networks in independent optometry and the board of directors of the Chinatown Community Development Center, an organization that develops and manages affordable housing in San Francisco.
Dr. Lim was awarded the American Optometric Association (AOA) Political Action Committee Representative of the Year Award in 2004 and 2005 at their Congressional Conference in Washington, DC. He was selected because of his commitment to the profession, both locally as well as nationally.
Dr. Lim is well respected in the profession. He has worked with the San Jose Sharks, providing eyecare during their annual physical exams in the beginning of the season. He has served on the National Hoya Vision Care Eyecare Practitioners Advisory Panel, has participated in a panel discussion with other doctors on wavefront technology in eyecare and the iZon High Definition Lens at the International Vision Expo West in Las Vegas (one of the largest meetings of optometrist in the country) and lectured to local optometrists on the effects of eye fatigue while using the computer and how it is treated. In December 2008, Dr. Lim was interviewed by radio personality Pat Farnack of radio station WCBS 880 of New York City on high definition vision and the high definition iZon lens and how it can increase sharpness of vision, clarity and depth perception. Prior to the Super Bowl in January 2008 Dr. Lim was interviewed by reporter Rob Artigo of radio station KGO of San Francisco on the relationship between high definition television and the iZon high definition lense (see below). Dr Lim is involved in mission projects to Thailand with his church and participates in Project Homeless Connect in San Francisco, where he has provided vision care to the homeless. He has also written articles on his experiences in Thailand, as well as helping the homeless, which were published in the CA Optometric Association Journal, the Primary EyeCare Network Newsletter and the Illinois College of Optometry Alumni Newsletter.
He has been married for over thirty five years and has two adult children. Dr. Lim is an active member of the First Chinese Baptist Church in San Francisco.
1/29/09 - KGO's Rob Artigo Interviews Dr. Lim Regarding New Izon High Definition Eyeglass Lenses. Click on the image to hear the interview!
Doctor Hung D. Mac attended San Jose State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Art degree in Biochemistry in 2000. In 2004, he earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry. He received Cum Laude honors at both insitutions. Dr. Mac then completed a prestigious Residency in Cornea and Contact Lens at the Southern California College of Optometry, which involved specialty contact lens fitting and management of complex cases, including keratoconus, post-surgical corneas, corneal refractive therapy (CRT), pediatrics and ocular prosthetics. During his residency, Doctor Mac thoroughly enjoyed serving as a clinical instructor to the optometric interns. His clinical experience, as well as the patients he cared for, has inspired him to continue corneal management and specialty contact lens fitting.
During his free time, Doctor Mac enjoys traveling and spending time with family. His internships and medical mission trips have brought him to El Salvador, Salt Lake City and into a rural Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona. He plans to continue participating in medical mission trips to South Africa and his birth country, Vietnam.
Doctor Mac is a member of the California Optometric Association, American Optometric Association, Santa Clara County Optometric Society, and Beta Sigma Kappa Honors Fraternity.