Dr. Theresa A. McAdoo, O.D.

Dr. McAdoo


  • Doctor of Optometry, with Distinction, Pacific University
  • Bachelor of Vision Science, Magna Cum Laude, Pacific University
  • Beta Sigma Kappa member, An Optometric Honors Fraternity
  • Brock Award winner for Vision Research


  • Full Licensure in the states of Oregon, Washington, and Arizona.
  • Contact Lens Instructor at Pacific University
  • Researcher for several US Contact Lens Manufacturers
  • International Lecturer in Contact Lenses and Clinical Optometry
  • Private Practitioner for 30 years
  • Independent Doctor of Optometry within the Tigard Costco for 26 years

Charitable Work:
VOSH- An international volunteer organization that provides eye examinations and gives out donated glasses in under-served areas worldwide.

Dr. McAdoo has been a Staff Clinical Advisor on 3 VOSH missions to:

  • Morocco  (2004)
  • Philippines (2009):

  • Peru (2010):

Dr. Kristy M. Loy, O.D.


  • Doctor of Optometry, Illinois College of Optometry
  • Bachelor of Arts, Wartburg College
  • Practicing at Tigard Eyecare since 2007

“I grew up in a small town in eastern Iowa and graduated from Wartburg College in 1999 with my Bachelor of Arts.   I earned my Doctorate of Optometry degree in 2004 from the Illinois College of Optometry, shortly before moving to Oregon in 2005.   I have worked at Tigard Eyecare since 2007.

My philosophy to patient care is to treat patients in the manner I would like to be treated.   I strive to provide my patients with exceptional comprehensive care, proper education, and to make them feel comfortable during their examinations.  In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends; I also enjoy running, biking and spending time on the Oregon coast.”

2 Responsesso far.

  1. Keith Miller says:

    Good Morning,

    I am a patient and have an odd request.

    My wife and I volunteer at an event every year called Impact Your Health Portland. It provides free Health care, dental care and eye exams to those in need. It will be happening on Friday August 10 and Sunday August 12. There are several optometrists that have agreed to provide eye exams. Unfortunately, some have experienced hardships that mean they can’t be there. Now we are struggling to get docotors to provide the eye exams. The equipment will be there, volunteers will be there, they just need the doctors. Would either of you be able to help out either Friday or Sunday or both? The event web site is

    If you’re interested, I can get you in contact with the director of the event. Thank you for your time.

    • Scott says:

      Thank you for letting us know about this opportunity to help the community! I will pass this on to the staff and doctors so anyone who might be free can attend; I do know our Doctors are scheduled Friday so they are not available that day. If any are free on Sunday, they’ll contact you and Impact Your Health directly to volunteer.
      Thanks for the information about this event!