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Dr. ScottScott E. Woodruff, O.D.

Dr. Woodruff is a Roseburg native having attended local schools and graduated from Roseburg High School. After receiving his Bachelor and Doctor of Optometry degrees from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Or. he moved back to Roseburg and began to practice with his father Dr. Byron Woodruff.

Dr. Woodruff has been very active in the local community having been president of the Chamber of Commerce, the Kiwanis Club and the Douglas Community Foundation. Dr. Woodruff has also been active with the Oregon Optometric Physicians Assoc. and continues keeping educated and trained in the latest information in eyecare.

As a primary care eye doctor he has always kept his practice broadbased in caring for children as well as adults and is your entry point into keeping your eyes healthy. Dr. Woodruff has specialized in contact lenses for many years and fits toric, colored, bifocal as well as difficult to fit contact lenses.