Dylan Hatfield, OD
Dr. Hatfield graduated cum laude from Boise State University with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science Studies and a minor in Spanish. He went on to earn his Doctorate of Optometry from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon, where he was a member of Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society.
While in Forest Grove, Dr. Hatfield worked as an interpreter and specialized in Spanish-spoken exams. Upon graduation, he joined the US Air Force and was stationed at Mountain Home Air Force Base, where he spent two years as the Optometry Flight Commander, providing primary eye care to over 12,000 patients. In addition to joining the Hollingshead Eye Center optometrist team in September of 2015, Dr. Hatfield serves as the Officer in Charge of the optometry clinic for the Idaho Air National Guard.
Throughout his career, Dr. Hatfield has been passionate about community outreach. In addition to participating in vision screenings for organizations such as the Idaho Special Olympics, he has traveled to third world countries, including Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Honduras, to perform free eye exams. He hopes to continue this service for years to come. In his free time, Dr. Hatfield enjoys golf, softball, camping, fishing, and snowboarding.
As a native to the Treasure Valley, Dr. Hatfield, his wife Tracy and their three kids, Dawson, Harper, and Beckham, try to take full advantage of all the opportunities that Boise offers.