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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Family Vision Center the leading provider of vision care products and services in Bottineau.

Dr. Paul Dunderland

Dr. Dunderland is a graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry in Oregon. He began practicing optometry in 1983 and has continued to provide primary eye care to Bottineau and the surrounding area. Dr. Dunderland was honored with the Distinguished Service Award from the North Dakota Optometric Association in 1999 for administration of the VISION USA program. He currently serves on the North Dakota Optometric Association Board of Directors. Dr. Dunderland has volunteered eye care to indigent people in Mexico, Peru and Ecuador through an organization called VOSH – Volunteer Optometric Service to Humanity. He is a native to Bottineau, married to Kari Ann and has two children: Chelsie and Michael. He is a member of Metigoshe Lutheran Church, serves on the Saint Andrews Health Center Board and volunteers as an advocate for children in poverty through Compassion International.