Our team is the heart and soul of Wildwood Eyecare. They epitomize the very best in the field of optics and make our practice stand out above the cookie-cutter business models which treat patients as a dollar sign, rather than unique individuals. Our team is made up of talented, caring experts who work together to identify and meet your visual needs. When it comes down to it, it is about YOU, our valued patient, and how YOU see, feel, and look.
Wendy is a Michigan native and a single mom of four. She is currently working toward her Associates Degree in Healthcare Management at Chattahoochee Technical College. With over 30 years of experience in the optical field, Wendy has held many positions and she is bringing all of the knowledge and experience she accumulated to her new role as practice manager at Wildwood Eyecare. Wendy joined Wildwood Eyecare in 2018 and is committed to ensuring the highest level of patient care. When she is not working, Wendy enjoys being on the water, paddleboarding, and spending time with her family.
Pat has been in the optical industry for over 20 years styling and fitting patients with the latest fashions, frames and lenses.
Angela has been an Optometric Technician for over 20 years. She became part of the Wildwood Eyecare team in 1995. She performs a variety of tasks to assist Dr. Mardak by maintaining medical histories and preparing the patients for examinations. She is in charge of all pre-testing for visual acuity, depth perception, visual field testing and glaucoma testing. Additionally, Angela conducts all contact lens education classes, as well as ordering and dispensing contact lenses to patients. A native of Atlanta, Angela resides in Woodstock with her husband Daryl and daughter Kendra.
Peggy has been an integral part of Wildwood eyecare for over 35 years. She conducts all preliminary testing, medical exam work-ups and contact lens education for Dr. Zutaut. She understands the importance of overall eye health and strives to meet all visual needs. Peggy enjoys traveling and spending time with family.