Meet Dr. Hatch
William V. Hatch, OD has been practicing optometry since 1995. He also specializes in providing contact lens and glasses prescriptions. Dr. Hatch is experienced in prosthetic contact lenses and specialty contact lenses for keratoconus (corneal irregularities that can lead to vision distortion) and other corneal abnormalities. Dr. Hatch is also trained in medical optometric care and co-management of refractive surgery, which enables him to remain actively involved with his patients throughout any surgical procedures they might require. With more than 60 percent of Americans now requiring corrective eye wear, Dr. Hatch understands the need for quality and accurate eye care. He performs comprehensive eye exams for patients using the most advanced and precise equipment to diagnose vision problems and to prescribe appropriate remedies.
Dr. Hatch enjoys helping people with their eye care needs and working with them to discover how today’s technology can improve their vision and their lives. “It is a thrill to help somebody see more clearly,” says Dr. Hatch. “Technology has greatly improved over the last few years, and with the extensive contact lens options available, it is possible to successfully fit most people with contact lenses.”
Dr. Hatch earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in 1991. He earned his Doctor of Optometry degree with honors from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee in 1995. He completed an externship at Omni Eye Services of Atlanta. He is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Utah Optometric Assocation.
On a personal note…
Dr. Hatch is from Cardston, Alberta. He and his wife, Charlotte, have three children. He enjoys all sports and outdoor activities.