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4130 Truxel Road, Suite D Sacramento, CA 95834

4130 Truxel Road, Suite D Sacramento, CA 95834

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Dr. Angela Ngo


Dr. Angela Ngo is a native of Sacramento. She completed her undergraduate degree in 2015 at the University of California, San Diego with a major in Biology and a minor in Public Service with a Health focus. Afterward, Dr. Ngo attended the University of California, Berkeley to earn her Doctor of Optometry degree. Throughout her time in college and optometry school, she volunteered on both optometric and non-optometric service trips in Nicaragua and Belize to help underserved communities. She has trained at the HaywardWellness Center, a community health clinic, as well as Veterans Hospitals in southern Oregon and San Jose, California.

 Dr. Ngo practices full-scope optometry including contact lenses and management of glaucoma and other ocular diseases. She is known for her warm personality and lively laughter. Outside of the office, she enjoys reading books, playing tennis, and finding the best places to eat ice cream. Dr. Ngo is happy to be back in Sacramento and excited to help patients achieve their best vision and learn more about their eyes.

We are happy to announce that beginning May 11th, we will resume patient care!  Out of an abundance of caution, and guidance from various health agencies including the CMS, CDC, and CDPH, we will be following various safety protocols to protect the health and safety of our patients and staff.  The following protocols apply whether you are coming in for an eye exam, coming to pick out new glasses, or picking up glasses or contacts. Prior to entry there are 3 important steps:

1.  Bring your own mask: You must bring your own mask or face covering!  It is required to be worn at all times within the office (we are unable to provide masks from the office; if you do not bring a mask, we will have to reschedule your visit for a later date).

2.  Body temperature reading: Staff will be administering thermometer readings, and must be within normal range for entry into the office.

3.  Attest to good health: You must attest to good health, with no symptoms of fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, sore throat, loss of taste/smell, and have not had contact with another person with COVID19 in the past 14 days.

 In addition, we will include limiting the number of patients in the office.  Therefore, you may be asked to call the office upon arrival, and may need to wait outside or in your car until you are called into the office.  Only patients will be allowed in the office (please have spouses, relatives, and friends wait outside of the office).  Exceptions include minors and dependents...may be accompanied by one adult parent or caretaker.


The Natomas Optometry Team