Our goal at Advanced Eyecare Associates of Eastern Iowa is to provide only the very finest care for patients. We will take into account the total health and more specifically the eye health, life style, occupation, needs and wants of each person. We strive to provide all services in a caring, clean and relaxed atmosphere with a professional attitude. We provide only the finest in optical materials and supply all services and materials at a reasonable cost. At Advanced Eyecare Associates, the patient truly comes first.
Dr. Beth Zingula grew up northeast of Marion where her parents still farm and is a graduate of Linn-Mar High School. She received her undergraduate degree from Iowa State University where she graduated with distinction. Dr. Zingula obtained her Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN and received several awards including Outstanding Senior Clinician and Excellence in Behavioral Optometry.
Dr. Zingula moved to Manchester in 2005 and has enjoyed calling Manchester home. She took over the office in April 2005 from the late Dr. Duane Atteberry who retired at that time. She is a member of the Iowa Optometric Association, where she is a delegate for Northeast Iowa, on the Education Committee, and is co-chair of the fall Hawkeye meeting. She is also a part of the Delaware County Horse Committee, the Community Childcare of Manchester Board, and the Manchester Lions. Dr. Zingula also enjoys volunteering at West Delaware Schools when time allows. Dr. Zingula and her husband, Dr. Beilby stays busy with their four young children and small farm just south of town.
Dr. Shawn Beilby grew up northwest Iowa near Storm Lake where his parents still farm. He received his undergraduate degree from University of Iowa. Dr. Beilby obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN. He graduated Summa Cum Laude and the distinction of Valedictorian. He was also the 2005 Optometry Super Bowl Champion, representing Southern College of Optometry in a contest of knowledge.
Dr. Beilby moved to Manchester in 2006 and has enjoyed calling Manchester home. He is a member of the Iowa Optometric Association and also serves as a delegate for Northeast Iowa and is a member of the Education Committee. He co-chairs the annual fall Hawkeye meeting. Dr. Beilby and his wife Dr. Zingula stay busy with their four young children and small farm just south of town.