MISSION VIEJO, Calif.—Total Vision, a leading and expanding California-based network of vision care providers, has announced a new partnership with Golden Vision, a nine-location luxury eyecare and eyewear optometry chain operating in California, according to an announcement this week. Golden Vision operates practices throughout Northern and Southern California, serving the largest Asian market on the West Coast, the announcement noted. The terms of the new partnership were not disclosed. Total Vision, which is backed by New York City-based Bregal Partners, operates approximately 60 office locations throughout California.

According to its announcement, Total Vision is the largest network of vision providers in California and now employs more than 600 team members, including over 130 doctors.
The first Golden Vision practice was established in 1988 in Rowland Heights, Calif., by president Dr. Dennis Leung, OD, FIAOMC, and Dr. Jiyen Shin, OD, FIAOMC. Golden Vision has long been the market leader in myopia control and ortho-k lenses.

(L to R) Golden Vision president Dr. Dennis Leung and Total Vision chief executive officer Neil Collier seal their new partnership agreement with a handshake.
Dr. Leung said, “Our myopia control and ortho-k business will continue to grow. I anticipate strong growth as a result of the collaboration of our two teams."
Dr. Leung is a current board member and fellow of the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control (AAOMC), and is an adjunct clinical instructor in optometry at Western University. He graduated from the New England College of Optometry in 1984 and has been in private practice for more than 35 years.

Leaders of Total Vision and Golden Vision shown outside a Golden Vision office are (l to r) David Chin, Total Vision's SVP, corporate development; Dr. Patrick Griffin, Total Vision's clinical field director; Dennis Leung, OD, and Jiyen Shin, OD, both doctors with Golden Vision; Neil Collier, chief executive of Total Vision; Mike Stein, director of operations for Total Vision; and Leslie Polley, director of marketing for Total Vision.
Total Vision chief executive officer Neil Collier and chief growth officer Dr. Steve Klein said they are pleased to welcome all of Golden Vision’s doctors and staff to the Total Vision team. “Golden Vision brings a wealth of experience with them. What sets them apart is their attention to detail with their patients as well as their specialty services. We are confident that this partnership will serve as a catalyst for growth for our company,” Collier said.
HPC Puckett & Company acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Golden Vision while Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP acted as legal advisor to Total Vision, according to the announcement.