Dr. Courtney Kennedy was born and raised in Saskatoon and then went to the University of Calgary where she completed an honours Bachelor of Health Science degree in Biomedical Sciences. She then finished her Optometry degree with honours at the University of Waterloo in 2014 and has decided to return to her home province of Saskatchewan to practice Optometry.
In her final year of Optometry School, Dr. Kennedy interned at the St. Albans Veterans Affairs Hospital in New York where she specialized in Ocular Disease and Therapeutics, and then she went on to intern in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Edmonton and Waterloo. Dr. Kennedy also has a passion for leadership activities, volunteering and travelling. While in Optometry School, Dr. Kennedy volunteered at the Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society, was the Executive Vice-President of the University of Waterloo Optometry Student Society, the President of the Lions Club, the co-chair of the orientation committee for the class of 2015 and she was also on her graduation committee. While there, she was also fortunate enough to experience two volunteer mission trips to Peru and to Thailand and hopes to go on many more in the future.
In her spare time, Dr. Kennedy enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to the lake and mountains and also loves to travel every chance she gets.
Dr. Kennedy is passionate about doing pediatric eye exams, contact lens fits, managing and co-managing ocular pathology cases as well as providing exceptional top quality eye care to all her patients. She loves meeting and interacting with people of all ages and is welcoming all new patients to her practice.