Here We Grow Again!
VisionFirst is pleased to announce the opening of it's newest office located at 6812 Dixie Highway (in front of The Home Depot). VisionFirst now has 22 optometrists practicing at 14 convenient locations providing the highest level of eye care for your entire family! Click here to schedule your appointment at our Dixie location online or call (502) 933-7986. We look forward to serving the residents in southwest Jefferson County!
Welcome Dr. Sarah Bricker
VisionFirst would like to welcome Dr. Sarah Bricker to our team of doctors! Dr. Bricker received her undergraduate degree from Ball State University and her Doctor of Optometry degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. She practices full-scope optometry including comprehensive eye exams, pre- and post-operative care for cataract and vision correction surgery. She also specializes in diagnosing and treating ocular disease.
Dr. Bricker also fits all major brands of contact lenses including contacts for astigmatism and multi-focal wearers. In addition, Dr. Bricker also fits specialty contact lenses. She is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Kentucky Optometric Association.
Dr. Bricker sees patients at our offices in Munfordville, Kentucky and Leitchfield, Kentucky. We are proud to have Dr. Bricker part of our VisionFirst team!
When it comes to your family’s vision, trust VisionFirst! Locally owned since 1973, our doctors are committed to providing you with the highest standards of eye care available. VisionFirst is first in eyewear! Whether you prefer eyeglasses, contacts, or both, you will always find the best at VisionFirst. We carry a wide selection of budget, fashion and designer frames as well as the latest technology in contact lenses to fit most prescriptions including astigmatism and bifocals. VisionFirst is first in eye care technology offering the latest equipment available to treat and manage eye diseases such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Trust VisionFirst for a lifetime of progressive, personalized eye care!
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