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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Dombrowski Eye Associates the leading provider of vision care products and services in Lancaster.


Dr. Dennis Dombrowski

Dr. Dombrowski, from Winsted, CT, received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Fairfield University in Connecticut in 1984 where he graduated in only three years while playing NCAA Div 1 baseball starting shortstop. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Visual Sciences and Doctorate of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, in 1987. He received Honors in Clinical Rotations at the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University and The Baltimore VA Hospital Baltimore, MD, as well as The Eye Institute at PCO in Philadelphia, PA.

Dr. Dombrowski is Immediate Past President of the Lancaster County Optometric Society, and had served as Treasurer for the LCOS from 1989 – 2002 and 2012 – present. He is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Pennsylvania Optometric Association. In 2003 and 2010 he was recognized as Optometrist of the Year by his peers in Lancaster County. He is an honorary member of Beta Sigma Kappa National Optometric Honor Society. He presently is involved as a Clinical Research Site in contact lenses for the FDA and several world renowned contact lens companies

Dr. Dombrowski is active in his local church, St. Leo The Great. He coaches youth and travel baseball for the Lancaster Junior Barnstormers and remains active by still playing on and sponsoring the Lancaster Indians, a hard ball, wood bat adult baseball team for those 21 and over. Dr. Dombrowski and his optometric staff are the Official Eyecare Team of the Lancaster Barnstormers of the Independent Atlantic Baseball League. When not involved with baseball, he enjoys golf, basketball and snow skiing. He is the proud father of 4 children, including twins; Devon 1990, Daniel 1992, Douglas 1996 and Deanna 1996.


Dr. Debra Wolaniuk

Dr. Wolaniuk, a resident of East Hempfield Township is in private practice and owner of Dombrowski Eye Associates in Centerville. She and her husband, Dr. Dennis Dombrowski have been practicing in the Lancaster area for over 20 years. Their practice specializes in custom designed Contact Lenses…especially for the hard-to-fit patient as well as diagnosis and treatment of Eye Diseases. Dr. Wolaniuk also concentrates on the Pediatric Patient. They are a full-service Eye-Health Care Practice which includes an exclusive Designer Eyewear Dispensary.

Dr. Wolaniuk received her undergraduate degree from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. In 1987 she received her Doctorate of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. She futhered her clinical training at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, as well as at the Eye Institute at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry.

Dr. Wolaniuk has served as Secretary and several terms as President of the Lancaster Optometric Society. She has also served on several committees on the state level of the Pennsylvania Optometric Society and the American Optometric Society. She is a member of MENSA International and the Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society. In 1996 she was awarded both “Young OD of the Year’ and “OD of the Year” for the Lancaster Optometric Society. She has been a speaker on the local and state-wide level for the Pennsylvania Paraoptometric Organization. She has also done numerous presentations for the Science Club at St. Leo the Great School on Vision, Anatomy and Dissection. Following hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Dr. Wolaniuk was deployed to Texas with the American Red Cross to help with hurricane victims.

After moving to Lancaster in 1987, Dr. Wolaniuk practiced as an associate in Camp Hill, PA at the office of V. Eugene Kilmore, MD and Charles Stuckey, OD, MPH; a high volume ophthalmological and contact lens practice for over eight years. She now concentrates her efforts in Centerville, where she is seeing patients part-time. She is the mother of four children, including twins born in 1996 and volunteers her time at St. Leo the Great School. She enjoys cooking, weight training, golf and outdoor activities with her children.


Dr. Colin Kingston

Dr Colin Kingston grew up in the suburbs of Burlington, Vermont. He became attracted to optometry as a profession as a young teen when he went for his first eye exam. Dr Kingston was drawn to the warmth and professionalism of his own optometrist at that visit. The amazement and gratitude he felt at the improvement in quality of life glasses afforded him inspired him to help others achieve the safe comfort and clarity.

Dr Kingston earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Neuroscience at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. An interdisciplinary major, neuroscience provided a well-rounded approach to learning, ideal for a medical professional. After completing his undergraduate degree, Dr Kingston applied to and was accepted by his first choice of optometry school, The Pennsylvania College of Optometry.

During the final years of graduate school, Dr Kingston trained alongside excellent clinicians in various aspects of optometry up and down the east coast. He gained experience with surgical cases in Maryland, ocular disease in Maine, primary care and contact lenses in North Carolina, and pediatrics in Philadelphia.

In order to enhance his skills and knowledge base, Dr Kingston chose to do a residency in ocular disease at the White River Junction Veteran’s Association in his native Vermont. At this site, he treated a patient base with a high concentration of ocular diseases such as glaucoma, diabetes, cataracts, dry eye, and macular degeneration. He gained invaluable insights and clinical pearls from excellent attending optometrists and collaborated on many complex cases.

Dr Kingston enjoys getting to know his patients one-on-one in a relaxed office environment, and educating as well as learning from them.

He studies outside of work and attends continuing education conferences in order to be a knowledgeable and informed provider.


Our Staff

Christine Dick, CPO, ABOC

Sarah Grierson, CPO

Dana Krimmel, CPO

Diane Smith, CPOA

Francine Stipe, CPO

Heidi van Brederode

Edna Borges