Greg N. Hogan, O.D., was raised in Omaha, Nebraska, and attended The University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He completed a four year program of professional studies at The Ohio State University College of Optometry in Columbus in the degree Doctor of Optometry. While there, he was a member of The American Optometric Student Association, and Epilson Psi Epilson, a professional optometric fraternity which promotes high standards of optometric practice.
Upon graduation, Dr. Hogan was a consultant to a contact lens specialty practice in Omaha, Nebraska, from 1984 to 1987.
Dr. Hogan opened practice in Lubbock in 1988. He specializes in early detection of glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration, treatment of eye disease, and laser vision management. Along with eyeglasses, Dr.Hogan enjoys working with contacts, especially soft toric and bifocal contact lens designs.
Dr. Hogan is a member of The Texas Optometric Association and The American Optometric Association. His personal interests include photography and triathlons, which is swimming, biking, and running.
Dr. Efren S. Alambar, is an optometrist who specializes in/is certified as a Therapeutic and Glaucoma Specialist - which allows him to prescribe medications to treat eye diseases.
Dr. Alambar is a Texas native born in Winters, Texas. He graduated from Levelland High School in 1978, then graduated from South Plains College with an Associates in Science Degree in 1980, then graduated from West Texas State University in 1982 with a Bachelor's in Science. Then he completed his Doctorate in Optometry at the University of Houston College of Optometry in 1986.
In his free time he enjoys Texas Tech Sports.
Dr. Alexandra Rawlinson is a native of Northern California, where she was born and raised in the small town of Danville. After graduating from San Ramon Valley High School, Dr. Rawlinson attended the University of California, Davis where she dedicated the next 5 years as an NCAA Division 1 student-athlete competing on the Women's Water Polo team. In addition to athletics, she balanced internships at local optometry offices, volunteered in the community on various projects including preparing meals for the homeless and building affordable housing with Habit for Humanity while earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology.
Dr. Rawlinson attended West University of Health Science, College of Optometry in Southern California. She was awarded Student Fellowship as a first-year student, was elected liaison for American Academy of Optometry in her third year and was nominated as a member of student government all four years. With a passion for helping others, Dr. Rawlinson participated in vision screenings at elementary schools, churches and the Special Olympics. Dr. Rawlinson completed her externships at the Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, Tx and the VA Healthcare System at Medical Centers located in Orlando, Fl, Columbia, Sc and Tulsa, OK. During her clinical rotations, she provided eye care for veterans, active duty military and their dependents, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease, routine vision, contact lenses and co-management of laser refractive surgery. Dr. Rawlinson is a Board Certified Optometric Glaucoma Specialist in the state of Texas and is a member of both the Texas and American Optometric Association.
Dr. Rawlinson and her husband Dr. Ben Kasl, a dairy nutritionist, veterinarian, and Texas Tech alumni, enjoy attending Texas Tech athletic events (Wreck'em!) and spending time with family, friends, and Ford, their Airedale Terrier puppy.