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Dr. Meghan Martyna


Dr. Martyna grew up in St. Albert, Alberta. She attended undergraduate courses at Augustana Campus of the University of Alberta before achieving her Doctor of Optometry degree at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science. Dr. Martyna worked in Edmonton after graduation and moved to Wainwright in 2014. “I love the close-knit feel of the community in Wainwright and its surrounding areas. At Prairie Vision, we work to foster that community feeling, while still providing ‘big city’ comprehensive eye care with state-of-the-art technology,” Dr. Martyna said, “Wainwright is a great place to work and I look forward to raising children here as my family grows.”

Dr. Martyna is happy to see all types of patients including patients with dry eye, glaucoma, diabetes, or cataracts. She also has an interest in working with children or patients with head injuries who would benefit from vision therapy and visual rehabilitation. Dr. Martyna has spent time taking additional courses in these areas to help broaden her knowledge and expertise. She strives to continue learning the newest and best practices in optometry so she can always provide the best care to her patients.

When Dr. Martyna is not at the office, she enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and friends… all the better if that combines the occasional pick-up basketball, curling, and volleyball games.

Extracurricular Achievements:
Eye care mission to Haiti with the Jeff Cherubin Domond Foundation in 2014
OEP VT1 Vision therapy/Visual Dysfunction
OEP Acquired Brain Injury/Traumatic Brain Injury
Strabismus and Amblyopia Workshop by Drs. Clopton and Baxstrom


Dear Patients/Colleagues/Family/Friends

It is at this time we must inform you of our office closure. Our office is still available to address medically necessary ocular appointments to assist in reducing visits to the Emergency Room, this includes:

– eye injuries or something in your eye

– sudden or unexplained vision loss or decrease in vision

– unexplained eye pain

– new onset of flashes or floaters in your vision

– breakage of glasses that are needed to meet driving requirements

Patients will be seen by appointment only.

To make an appointment please call the on call Optometrist at 780-842-0650 after today.

If you have been scheduled for a routine eye exam between March 20 – April 3rd your appointment has been cancelled, you will have received a communication on March 19 via your preferred method. If you are scheduled for a medically necessary appointment you will still be seen, we will be in contact with you shortly to confirm date and time.

We thank you all for your patience as we work through this trying time and look forward to serving you once again in the future. Continue to check out website, Facebook and Instagram account for updates of when we will reopen.