A native of Dallas, Dr. Stringfield graduated from J.J. Pearce High School then went on to receive a Bachelors of Science with a major in Biology from Baylor University. She was a member of Chi Omega social fraternity, Beta Beta Beta biology fraternity and served as a student recruiter through the Baylor Student Foundation.
For her Optometric Doctorate, Dr. Stringfield studied at the highly accredited, University of Houston College of Optometry. Her senior clinical rotations included The University of Auckland Department of Optometry in Auckland, New Zealand, and The Eye Care and Surgical Center in Dallas, Texas. Through these opportunities, she gained vast experience in anterior ocular disease as well as pre- and post-surgical management of patients.
Dr. Stringfield began her career in Houston, Texas with The International Family Medical Center, heading up their West Houston location. In 1994, she returned to Dallas to work with the premier anterior disease surgeons at Cornea Associates of Texas. For 18 years, she practiced alongside these physicians working with corneal disease patients, fitting the most difficult and irregular corneas.
Dr. Stringfield has particular expertise in fitting patients with keratoconus, post-corneal transplant, corneal scars, post surgical ectasia and dry eye. This gives her the ability to successfully accommodate those who were previously unable to wear contact lenses. She is passionate about finding solutions for frustrated patients that work for their lifestyle and improve their quality of life.
Outside the office, Dr. Stringfield enjoys being a mom to her two daughters and wife to her husband, David. They are very involved in Watermark Community Church and have taken family medical mission trips to Ecuador for the past five years. Here in Dallas, Dr. Stringfield volunteers as part of the medical team at Brother Bill’s Helping Hand, serving the West Dallas community. She and her husband are also actively involved in the ministry of Young Life in the North Dallas area.