Meet our Staff

Debbie is the Practice Administrator here at Weston Eye Center.  In 2018, Debbie will celebrate her 30th year with us, quite an accomplishment! She is a Certified Ophthalmic Executive (COE) and a Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT).  Debbie is required to receive continuing education credits as directed by the American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators, to maintain her certifications. As an active member of the American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators, Debbie regularly attends continuing educaiton meetings and seminars. Through her dedication and altruism, she leads our practice to a cohesive work environment that encourages outstanding patient care and team spirit. She ensure that the office flow runs smoothly on a daily basis and keeps the doctors on their toes! In her spare time Debbie enjoys spending time with her 2 wonderful children, twin boys Wyatt and Dalton.
Pam
In 1988, Dr. Calhoun was lucky to find Pam, and Dr. Weston was lucky to keep her when he took over the practice.  Pam is our Billing Manager and works hard to stay informed of the ever-changing insurance and coding regulations. She is a huge help to our patients needing explanations of their insurance benefits.  Pam has a special way that warms the hearts of everyone that knows her. Pam enjoys reading, gardening and spending time with her grandchildren.
Shantelle is a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant and Certified Clinical Research Coordinator. She has been with Weston Eye Center since 1995 and coordinates much of the clinical research that is conducted at Weston Eye Center. Shantelle is currently overseeing multiple clinical trials which evaluate new pharmaceutical medications and/or new devices or procedures not yet approved by the FDA> The FDA mandates and monitors the research sites to follow strict guidelines and protocols. In addition to that, she assists Debbie in managing a staff of 7 technicians. Shantelle has been married to her swwetheard John since 1998 and together, they love and enjoy their two children, Logan and Hannah.
Leisa is one of our patient coordinators and has been working in the ophthalmology field since October of 2006.  Her areas of expertise are triaging calls that come in and schedule appropriately, registering patients and greeting people with a smile when they enter our office. Leisa enjoys camping and spending time with her family when she is not in the office.
Carley is an Ophthalmic Assistant and has been working in the ophthalmology field since 2010. Carley's pleasant soft spoken demeanor always makes you feel welcome and at ease. Carley enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, hiking and camping. She has been living in the Roseburg area for 27 years.
Krysta is an Ophthalmic Surgical Assistant and has been working in the Ophthalmology field since 2009. Her areas of expertise are Occupational Safety and Health, and has a history in sales and recruiting. Krysta is also a surgical scrub technician in our surgery center. On her time off, Krysta enjoys spending time with her two children.
Janet is an ABO Certified Optician and has been in the optical field for over 30 years. She has been with Weston Eye Center since July 2013. She grew up in Days Creek and in her spare time loves to spend time with family, gardening, and volunteering. Janet says that her favorite part about working with eyes is the amazement on the face of a patient when they see clearly for the first time.
Larissa is a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant and has been with us since 2014. She attended South Umpqua High School and UCC where she received a degree as a Medical Assistant. Larissa likes working with eyes because there is always something new to learn. On her time off, she enjoys spending time with her family and camping. She has two daughters, ages ten and five.
 
Annelise is one of our Technicians and has been with us for one year. On her time off, Annelise likes to be outdoors with her husband and two boys, fishing and hiking. The best thing she likes about working at Weston Eye Center, is when she gets to see patients go through the cataract process. "The change is absolutely amazing, and to see how excited the patient is to be able to see that much better after cataract surgery just puts the icing on the cake!"

 

For over a decade Lori has spent time at home raising her two children. Now that her kids are getting older she decided to find a job where I could work a few days a week outside the home while also making sure her family was priority. Lori says she loves the patients at Weston Eye Center, as they all have different backgrounds, experiences, and stories to share. She enjoys getting to know each patient personally. When she is not working, she enjoys traveling with her family, playing tennis, and spending time outdoors as often as she can.