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1051 W Burbank Blvd

Burbank, CA 91506 USA

(818) 841-7055

Van Nuys

6100 Sepulveda Blvd

Van Nuys, CA 91411 2503 United States

(818) 373-0212

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Welcome to Dr. Michael Khoury & Associates
Your Optometrist in Van Nuys, CA

Call Our Van Nuys ((818) 373-0212) Or Burbank ((818) 841-7055)) today.

While we rely tremendously on our eyes, often we take their health for granted. It is only when our vision becomes impaired that we fully realize the degree to which we depend on these complex, integral parts of our bodies. When you are seeking an optometrist, it is important to find properly trained and conscientious professionals with the most up-to-date knowledge and equipment. Our optometrists and staff have years of experience treating a variety of eye issues and are here to serve you.


With the latest technology and treatment options, we can provide the highest level of care for your eyes.


Contact us today to discuss your eye care needs with one of our staff and book your appointment!

Dr. Michael Khoury and Associates
Van Nuys and Burbank Optometrist | Dr. Michael Khoury & Associates

Van Nuys Location:
6100 Sepulveda Blvd
Van Nuys, CA 91411 2503
(818) 373-0212

Burbank Location:
1051 W Burbank Blvd
Burbank, CA, 91506
(818) 841-7055

Meet The Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Michael Khoury O.D. MBA

    Dr. Michael Khoury is a theraputic optometrist. He recieved his BSC Degree in Biological Sciences, and his MBA degree from Cal-Poly University Pomona. He also recieved his Bachelors Degree in Visual Sciences, as well as his doctorate in Optometry from Illinois College of Optometry. He has been practicing in the Van Nuys location for 14 years and 10 years in Burbank. Dr. Khoury speaks English, Arabic, Hebrew, and clinical Spanish.

  • Ted Nishimura O.D.

    Dr. Nishimura has been working with Dr. Khoury for 14 years and has seen the practice grow! He earned his Doctorate of Optometry and Master of Visual Science degrees at the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. A Los Angeles native, Dr. Nishimura enjoys the diverse restaurants & outdoor activities that the city has to offer. He loves all kinds of sports (although he does more watching than playing at this point in his life!) He wakes up everyday looking forward to either spending time with his wife & son, or being with his patients!

  • Nancy Park O.D.

    Dr. Nancy Park is a therapeutic certified optometrist licensed by the California Board of Optometry. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology at UCLA, then went on to receive her Doctor of Optometry and Masters in Vision Science at the State University of New York, College of Optometry. Dr. Park has practiced optometry in diverse clinical settings, including community health centers and at a specialty contact lens private practice in New York City. She has also conducted clinical research studies on contact lenses and contact lens solutions. She has extensive training in the treatment of ocular diseases and contact lenses. She enjoys working with patients of all ages. Dr. Park speaks English, Korean and clinical Spanish.

  • Latisha Patel O.D.

    Bio Coming Soon...

  • Paul Mikailian O.D.

    Dr. Paul L. Mikailian graduated from Southern California College of Optometry in 2013. He specialized primarily in Optometry and is currently offering his services in Los Angeles, California. Backed with two years of experience, Dr. Mikailian is renowned for his dedication and commitment. In fact he has recieved several positive reviews from his patients, most of which have resorted to his assistance more than once. Besides a series of renowed qualifications and certifications, Dr. Mikailian has also successfully passed important background checks relating to screening for malpractice history as well as the medical license verification.

  • Paul Kwon O.D.

    Bio Coming Soon...

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Great experience seeing him at Costco. It was super quick and easy. My husband is upset I don't go to an MD but what can I say, the convenience was amazing.

    Khoury was professional and friendly. Great way to renew my contact RX"
    Sara R.
  • "I've generally seen Dr. Nishimura in the past and he is fantastic. Super polite and thorough. This last time I saw Dr. Val and she was awesome too! I've got sjogrens and she talked to me about contact alterntives that may be more comfortable in the long run and things that other people do that could be helpful. I appreciate the extra effort to get to know what's going on with their patients just beyond glasses and contacts."
    C P.
  • "I made an appt on a Monday and got in on a Tuesday. I was greeted so kindly and after filling out a form my exam was started immediately, no waiting! After the eye exam, Dr Paul Mikailian gave me a few other exams and discussed all the results in a way that I could understand. The doctor wasn't trying to sell me on buying Costco's glasses, he was very honest and told me all I needed was reading glasses and just the right prescription number I should be wearing .
    . He was so nice and so very thorough. I really appreciate the honesty and the quickness in which my exam was done. I will definitely go to this organization again for another Eye exam. Thank you"
    Leslie R.
  • "Highly recommend this practice. I've been going to them for a few years and I've seen Dr. Khoury a couple times and another Dr. in his office and you can instantly tell they both care about their patients and that they are happy doing what they do.

    And everyone is very nice...what more could you want??"
    Danny Z.
  • "Dr. Nishimura, in Dr. Khoury's office, is the best. Very thorough exam and really cares about his patients. My prescription has been changing a lot lately, and he's always nice about making sure I have the best vision possible. Excellent."
    Chuck Z.

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Hours Of Operation

Monday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:30 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm