At Bellemore Optometry, we care deeply about your health and well-being. We want you to feel like your eye care needs are being met, which is why we take great pride in providing the communities of Tecumseh and Windsor with high-quality, patient-centric eye care and health education.
Because your wellness is our priority, we make sure that our dedicated eye care team goes above and beyond to help you find the perfect frames and quality lenses to meet your vision and budget needs.
Such great service! Tanya was so helpful in picking out frames! She even brought hers from home for me to try on so I could see if I liked them before ordering! Would definitely recommend!! Can't wait to pick up my new glasses!!
— Jessica M.
Dr. Janice Bellemore B.Sc., O.D.
Dr. Bellemore graduated from University of Waterloo in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Optometry Degree.
She moved to Windsor and opened a multi-doctor, full-service vision and eye care practice three years after graduating and now has a second location in Tecumseh.
Dr. Bellemore worked closely with the WECDSB to provide vision screenings to JK and SK students shortly after starting her new practice. She then founded Kids Health Day, an annual health and education event offering free vision, dental, hearing, spinal, speech, language, and growth and development screenings to children in Windsor and Essex County. This collaboration with the elementary school boards, community partners and volunteers provided a free barbeque, prizes, games, crafts, and a fun health-focused day to children ages 1 to 13.
Dr. Bellemore is the current president of the Windsor Essex Optometric Society and dedicated to the continual education of optometrists in her profession. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Windsor 1918 and an active Youth Exchange Counselor to teens from Australia, Germany, and France. She is a member of the Ontario and Canadian Optometric Associations and Eye Recommend network of independent optometrists.
Dr. Bellemore enjoys time with her family, travel, fitness, and a healthy lifestyle. She is fluent in French, plays piano and flute, and is currently learning Spanish and German.
Dr. Bellemore is committed to serving her family and community and providing excellence in eye care to children and adults.
Dr. Jana Kadlec O.D., B.Sc., BSVS
Dr. Jana Kadlec grew up in Windsor and attended H. J. Lassaline Catholic Elementary School and F. J. Brennan Catholic High School. Dr. Kadlec graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Science degree. Dr. Kadlec went on to complete her studies at the Illinois College of Optometry and graduated in 1997 with her Doctor of Optometry with therapeutic licensure and Bachelor of Science and Visual Science. She also completed an externship at the Cleveland Veterans Hospital in Ohio.
Dr. Kadlec enjoys practicing in a family-oriented optometric clinic and providing compassionate and complete eye care to children and adults.
Dr. Kadlec is a mother of three and is active in the school and church community. Dr. Kadlec is also fluent in the Slovak language.
Dr. Kadlec is committed to excellence in vision and eye health care. She takes great pleasure and feels privileged to serve the eye care needs of the community.
Dr. Rhonda Thompson O.D., B.Sc.
Dr. Rhonda E. Thompson was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She graduated from the University of Winnipeg with a Bachelor of Science in Biology as well as a Bachelor of Art in Psychology. She attended the New England College of Optometry (NECO) in Boston and completed clinical internships at the Providence VA Medical Center in Rhode Island, Dimock Community Health Center in Boston, and Omni Eye Services in Atlanta. She served as the president for NECO’s chapter of the National Optometric Student Association (NOSA), and was presented with the NOSA award in her final year. She is qualified to practice optometry in both Canada and the United States.
Dr. Thompson obtained training in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of many ocular diseases and worked alongside a team of ophthalmologists and optometrists to provide pre- and post-operative surgery care to patients while expanding her knowledge and skills in primary care optometry.
Dr. Thompson enjoys being an active member in her community and has been involved in vision screenings and educating the population on healthy visual and ocular habits. Her passion for optometry and her belief that everyone should have access to eye care has taken her to Lima, Peru, and St. Thomas, Jamaica, where she provided eye examinations to local residents.
Dr. Thompson is pleased to serve the community of Windsor and share her passion for patients, as well as thorough eye exams, with a special interest in evaluating the effects of different diseases and conditions on the eyes.
In her leisure time, she enjoys cooking, travelling, going to the gym, and practicing French and Spanish.