Dr. Sam Baraam started his post secondary education by pursuing a bachelor of science in Cell Biology at the University of Western Ontario in London. He then moved to Pennsylvania for graduate school where he received his doctor of Optometry degree from the prestigious Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. As part of his clinical program as an intern, Dr. Baraam trained at the world-renowned Veterans affairs hospital in Connecticut and also at a refractive Laser surgery and cataract center in Philadelphia.
In addition to receiving extensive training in specialty soft and rigid contact lenses, Dr. Baraam is also certified to treat and manage ocular disease and thoroughly trained in management of Cataract and Laser vision correction procedures. He also received further training in binocular vision, and visual-perceptual therapy for which he received advanced certification from the Eye Institute in Philadelphia and clinical honors, a recognition only awarded to those with academic & clinical excellence.
Dr. Baraam also served on the SOSH mission team in 2009 where he had the opportunity to provide thousands of patients in the impoverished villages of Belize with Eye Care, including pathology detection and treatment as well as vision correction devices to those who otherwise did not have access to such services.
In addition to being certified by the Canadian national boards (CSAO), Dr. Baraam has also successfully completed all three parts of the US national board examinations (NBEO). He’s now an active member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists, Canadian Association of Optometrists as well as the College of Optometrists in Vision development (COVD).
Dr Baraam practices out of the Downtown office at 360 Eyecare – Metro, 360 Eyecare – Beaches and at 360 Eyecare – Rosedale. Outside of work, Dr. Baraam enjoys traveling, golfing, exercising and spending quality time with family and friends.
Dr. Gina Chen received both her Doctor of Optometry degree and Bachelor of Science degree with honours from the University of Waterloo. During her clinical studies, she obtained extensive training with a focus in retinal diseases, cataracts, and dry eye diseases at the Eye Associates of Pinellas in Pinellas Park, Florida.
She is passionate about her profession and strives to provide quality patient-centred eye care. Her main clinical experiences include primary care, ocular health and therapeutics, contact lenses, pediatrics, and refractive surgery co-management. As nearsightedness is a fast-growing eye condition in children, Dr. Chen has a professional interest in myopia control to slow the progression of nearsightedness in young patients through Orthokeratology (OrthoK) and innovative soft contact lenses.
Dr. Chen is licensed by the College of Optometrists of Ontario and is certified to prescribe Therapeutic Pharmaceutical Agents in Canada. She is a member of both the Ontario Association of Optometrists and the Canadian Association of Optometrists.
Dr. Chen is excited to be a member of the distinguished team at 360 Eyecare and practices out of the Downtown office – Metro. She conducts eye examinations with full fluency in English and Mandarin.
In her spare time, she enjoys exercising, traveling, reading, and being a foodie.
Dr. Gavin Bastiampillai graduated from the prestigious Pennsylvania College of Optometry of Salus University. Throughout his time there he was elected into Beta Sigma Kappa, an honour society for academic achievement for the top ten percent of his class. His clinical experience includes The Eye Institute in Philadelphia, where he completed his advance studies in Pediatrics, where he was trained in visual perception and binocular vision. He also worked at the Veterans Affairs hospitals in Batavia, New York and Salem, Virginia fine tuning his skills in pathology and low vision.
He has successfully passed the US national board exam (NBEO), Canadian national board exam (CSAO) and is TPA certified to treat and manage ocular disease. Currently he is a member of both the Ontario Association of Optometrists & the Canadian Association of Optometrists.
Dr. Bastiampillai enjoys the challenges of contact lenses, binocular vision anomalies and caring for his patients with any anterior segment or retinal pathology.
He completed his Bachelor of Science degree at University of Toronto, specializing in neuroscience. Dr. Gavin Bastiampillai grew up in Toronto, and is excited to give back to this great community. He practices at 360 Eyecare – Metro as well as our 360 Eyecare – Rosedale location. In his spare time Dr. Bastiampillai loves to play Tennis, Golf, Softball and Cricket and enjoys an active lifestyle.
Dr. Sarabjit Kohli graduated from The University of Michigan with a Bachelor degree in Biology. She then attended the Illinois College of Optometry (ICO) where she received her Doctorate Degree of Optometry. Known for its rigorous program, ICO provided Dr. Kohli with extensive knowledge in Primary Eye Care, Binocular Vision, Pediatrics, Diagnosis and Treatment of Anterior and Posterior segment diseases, Low vision and Contact Lenses.
Dr Kohli interned at various locations across the USA working with top eye care practitioners in America. She worked with experienced Optometrists and Ophthalmologists at The John Dingell Veteran’s Hospital in Michigan, where she learned how to manage complicated eye diseases associated with various health conditions. She also worked with surgeons in OMNI Eye Care centers across New Jersey and New York, managing post surgical complications and providing emergency eye care. She worked at a private practice in North Carolina where she was trained to fit soft, hard and specialty contact lenses. Lastly, Dr. Kohli finished off her intern rotations at The Illinois Eye Institute where she worked with pediatric patients, providing eye exams and vision therapy.
Dr. Kohli is Board certified by the Canadian Examiner’s of Optometry and is licensed by The Ontario College of Optometrists. She is also Board certified in the USA by The National Board of Examiners of Optometry and is licensed by the Michigan Optometric Association. She is TPA certified and is able to prescribe medicine to all her patients. She is currently the member of Canadian Association of Optometrists and the Ontario Association of Optometrists.
Dr Kohli is passionate about providing comprehensive eye care to all her patients. A Michigan girl at heart, Dr. Kohli enjoys exploring Toronto, running and spending time with her family.
Dr. Mohit Adlakha graduated from MCPHS University with Doctor of Optometry. His clinical experiences include East Boston Neighborhood Health Centre, Boston, MA where he was trained in contact lenses, dry eye disease and managing amblyopia and ocular diseases in pediatric patients. He then practiced at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Batavia, New York where he was trained in ocular pathology and lastly at Eye Centers of South Florida, Miami, FL where he gained insight into managing pre and post surgical care.
Currently, Dr. Adlakha is a member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists. He is licensed by the College of Optometrists of Ontario and certified to prescribe Therapeutic Pharmaceutical Agents in Canada. He has also successfully passed the national board exam for US (NBEO).
He completed his bachelor of science degree in Biological Sciences from UOIT, Oshawa. He grew up in Toronto and in his spare time he enjoys playing tennis and watching movies.
Dr. Harmandeep Gill completed his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Toronto. He went on to receive his Doctor of Optometry from the University of Waterloo.
During his final year of optometry school, he completed his training in Detroit, Michigan at the John D. Dingell Veterans Affairs Medical Centre. While at the hospital, he gained clinical experience in the treatment and management of ocular diseases.
Dr. Gill works at the Beaches location in Toronto’s east end. Outside of patient care, Dr. Gill enjoys photography, basketball, and squash.