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Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Full Spectrum Eyecare the leading provider of vision care products and services in Traverse City

Dr. Rebekah Noss Lynch

Dr. Rebekah Noss Lynch is a graduate of Alma College and the Michigan College of Optometry. Dr. Lynch is dedicated to caring for her patients and helping them achieve better vision through both glasses and contacts. In addition to primary care optometry, Dr. Lynch also works with pediatric and developmental vision both in the office and through vision therapy in our Excel Institute clinic.  As a mom of two young children, Dr. Lynch loves working with kids in the office. She feels her passion for being a mother helps her understand and relate to children and their families.

When she is not in the office, she is very active in the community and is involved in various organizations. Dr. Lynch enjoys the National Cherry Festival and serves as a member of the Cherry Festival Foundation. She is passionate about volunteering and donating her time to the Opening Eyes vision screening at the Michigan Special Olympics Games. Dr. Lynch, her children Briggs and Baylor, and her husband Brian enjoy being active in Northern Michigan and like to go for hikes or spend time at the beach.

Professional Affiliations:

  • Michigan Optometric Association
  • American Optometric Association
  • Clinic Director of Excel Institute

Professional Vocations:

  • Traverse City Chamber Young Professionals
  • National Cherry Festival Board of Governors

Personal Interests:

  • Spending time with family
  • Road cycling and beach volleyball
  • Reading a good book
  • Traveling