Our Experienced Doctors
Brad Baggarly, OD
Originally from Chicago, Dr. Baggarly is a Claremont resident and graduated both high school and college here in the Pomona Valley. He graduated from the Southern California College of Optometry school and began seeing patients in Claremont later that year. Dr. Baggarly served as a Staff Optometrist at the Pacific Eye Institute in Upland and remained there part time for sixteen years. He is the only area Optometrist that has had hospital privileges and assists in pediatric surgeries at San Antonio Community Hospital.
Currently, Dr. Baggarly is Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Ontario NVision Laser Vision Center and has served Doctors’ Advisory Board for Compulink Business Systems, a medical software company.
Dr. Baggarly is a past president of the Inland Empire Optometric Society and participates in Operation Stand Down, a yearly event providing free medical care to homeless veterans. He also manages a free clinic providing free exams and glasses to the residents of the Coachella Valley. Dr. Brad enjoys tinkering with computers, playing the drums or keeping up on his favorite sports team, the Cubs.
Ann Johannsen, OD
Dr. Ann Johannsen is a graduate of the Southern California College of Optometry in Fullerton. She raised her family here in Claremont and still enjoys the city with her husband, Jess. She began practicing optometry in Claremont shortly after graduation and has been serving her friends and neighbors ever since.
Dr. Johannsen volunteers her time in many charitable organizations including the Angels For Sight Veteran’s Clinic in Compton and California Care Force. She has served on several board of directors and has been an active member of the Inland Empire Optometric Society for 40 years now. She is currently on the board of NVision. Besides staying active in her profession and community, she loves spending time with her grandsons who also live in Claremont. She has a heart for those in need and has traveled on several medical missions to Mexico and The Phillipines, taking donated glasses from her patients and fitting them to the local people. Most of all, Dr. Johannsen really enjoys her profession, Optometry, and has mentored many young optometrists and students in training over the years.