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Corey Hochman, M.D.
Medical Director, Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Board Certified
Corey Hochman, MD is a board certified comprehensive ophthalmologist and Clear Vision’s Medical Director. He founded Clear Vision Ophthalmology in 2005 and continues to believe in the model of private practice. The element of quality over quantity drives him as he hopes to build a personal relationship with every single patient. Dr. Hochman is well-versed in cataracts and often referred some of the most difficult cases. His expertise lies in treating and preventing advancement of ocular disease such diabetes, glaucoma, dry eye, cataracts, pterygium, and almost all surgical and non-surgical eye issues.
“I welcome you to our office and promise to exceed your expectations. Sincerely, I value fine precision in everything I do. Taking care of your eyes isn’t black or white, it’s more of an algorithm for me. Being a chess champion, I consider it relative to chess; every decision my patients and I make is critical to the end result. My objective? Let’s get your eyes as healthy as possible”. Dr. Hochman attended Rice University in Houston for undergraduate studies. His MD degree is from University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago. His ophthalmology residency was at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital in New York, where he was elected chief resident.
He is also bilingual (English-Spanish).
Dr. Hochman’s hobbies include competing in mind sports, more particularly the World Series of Poker. He enjoys spending time with his family.
Jason Becker, O.D.
Medical Optometrist, Glaucoma, Pediatric, and Scleral Lens Specialty, Board Certified-NBEO
Dr. Jason Becker is a medical optometrist who provides comprehensive primary eye care. His background includes extensive training in the diagnosis and management of ocular disease, pre- and post-surgical care, and both routine and specialty contact lenses, including scleral lenses for patients suffering from keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, or other post-surgical/post-infectious corneal irregularities.
Naul Paz, O.D.
Dr. Paz joins our team from Denver, Colorado where he has been practicing in an ophthalmology setting for the last four years. Dr. Paz received his optometry degree from Western University of Health Sciences. He completed a clinical externship at Utah Vision Development Center where he trained in pediatric optometry and binocular vision anomalies. At PFK Floyd K. Lindstrom Outpatient Clinic in Colorado Springs, Dr. Paz trained in anterior and posterior ocular disease. He completed his training at Denver Health Medical Center with an emphasis on diagnosis and management of anterior & posterior ocular disease.
As a bilingual (English/Spanish) provider, he has a developed a reputation for connecting with the Latino community. “I was born and raised in inner-city Los Angeles and can relate to patients from all walks of life in an honest and caring manner. I find it essential for patients to connect with their providers, and I strive every day to achieve this.”
Dr. Paz is a clinical educator; he has adjunct clinical professor appointments with both Western University of Health Sciences College of Optometry and Pacific University College of Optometry.
Dr. Paz is a big sports fan, following the Los Angeles Lakers, Liverpool FC, LAFC, Denver Broncos, and LA Dodgers. He stays active playing indoor soccer in local leagues, mountain biking, and snowboarding. He is also learning to play golf now that he lives in Arizona.