Dr. Scott Jamieson retired in October 2020
Dr. Scott Jamieson is a Seattle native and attended Washington State University, majoring in Zoology. Dr. Jamieson received his Doctorate of Optometry from the Illinois College of Optometry (ICO) in 1982. Dr. Jamieson was a teaching assistant in Physiological Optics and ICO for two years and enjoyed the experience of working with students who shared his enthusiasm for learning. After graduating, Dr. Jamieson had the fortune of joining the practice started by his father, Dr. Robert Jamieson. Joining his father and learning from his senior partner, Dr. Joseph Sifferman was an invaluable experience for a young practitioner.
Dr. Jamieson is a member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), the Optometric Physicians of Washington (OPW), and the King County Society of OPW. He has organized and been involved in many continuing education conferences.
Dr. Jamieson enjoys many activities outside his professional life. He is active in sports and recreation. His favorite “hobby” involves cooking and has an appreciative audience in his wife of thirty-five years and his two children. Dr. Jamieson is active in his local Rotary club, where many local and international community service activities allow him to give back to a world that has given him so much.
"Serving the needs of my patients at Roosevelt Vision is a rewarding experience, every day. Working alongside dedicated and skilled partners and committed staff in order to provide quality, personal eye care is inspiring. The ever-changing technology and new knowledge regarding eye care keep it both challenging and interesting. Best of all, interacting with my patients as “people behind those eyes” is what makes it all so rewarding. I look forward to practicing the profession of Optometry for many years."
“I’ve been going to Roosevelt Vision Clinic for about 40 years now. Scott Jamieson is very thorough and explains everything clearly. (His dad was my first eye doctor, and he was also great!) The service is awesome and the staff is very friendly. I do find the frames to be a bit expensive for my budget however, especially when all I need are readers.”