COVID-19 Policy/Procedures – Updated June 29th 2021

Please wear your mask – face coverings are still required in health care settings regardless of vaccination status.
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Dr. John Kikuchi


Dr. Kikuchi is a Pacific Northwest and Seattle-area native.  Dr. Kikuchi received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Doctorate of Optometry degree while attending Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR.  Upon graduating from Pacific University College of Optometry in 2001, he returned home to the Seattle area where he joined a private practice which emphasized both primary care and medical optometry.  He joined the Redmond Eye Doctors team in 2019.

While at Pacific University, Dr. Kikuchi was active on the baseball and tennis teams.  While in Pacific’s optometry program, Dr. Kikuchi participated on two eye care mission trips to El Salvador and Romania.  Dr. Kikuchi graduated from Pacific’s optometry program with distinction and received Pacific University’s President’s Award.  He has served on Pacific University’s Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Professionally, Dr. Kikuchi is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Optometric Physicians of Washington, and is a Past-President for the King County Optometric Society.  He has volunteered optometric services for local school vision screenings.

In his free time, Dr. Kikuchi enjoys spending time with his wife and three children trying various local restaurants and traveling.  He is an avid fisherman and sports enthusiast.  Often you may find him out on the waters fishing, out on the courts playing tennis, skiing down the slopes, or enjoying a Seattle Seahawks or Mariners game.

Important Insurance Changes

Dear patients, After much consideration, we are making a change with Vision Service Plan (VSP). As of October 1, 2021, Redmond Eye Doctors is moving from "in-network" to "out-of-network". The continuing changes in your VSP insurance and restriction placed on us as providers has been frustrating. We considered many options, and the choice was clear. Being independent of managed care plans will allow us to provide the level of care you have come to expect from Redmond Eye Doctors, without restrictions or limitations from your vision insurance. While we may not be "in network" with VSP, we want to take care of you! We offer many discounts to patients when payment is made on the date of service.

  • Discounts on routine vision exams that includes a comprehensive eye health check and glasses prescription.
  • Discounts on glasses made with quality, independently owned frame manufacturers and lens labs. 20% OFF your first pair, 30% OFF all additional pairs.
  • Seasonal specials - like our Annual SunSational Sale and Computer Blues Sale.

We are happy to provide all the forms and receipts to self-submit for out of network reimbursement. Also, vision plans have no effect on medical visits such as dry eye treatments, diabetes exams and glaucoma checks. We are still part of most major medical plans. For more information on how this will affect your specific situation, please call us at 425-885-7363.