After 35 years of patient care and with the satisfaction of many happy patient outcomes, I am proud to announce that I have transitioned to the position of Medical Director. This means that I will be overseeing the functionality of patient care and am continuing to work to make every visit a fabulous experience. We plan to continue to be the “Best in Sight”, but now with the added benefit of sincere compassion in everything we do, using cutting edge technology and providing unmatched experience.

We understand it is important to treat every patient like we would want to be treated ourselves. To do that, we use the latest technology to diagnose and treat your eye problems. Then it is of utmost importance to explain those results and treatment plans to our patients in language that is easily understood.

Our physicians here at Fier Eye Care and Surgery Center are experienced and well-versed in providing this compassionate care to each individual. Dr. Richard Seith provides all-around quality care to all as a Board Certified Ophthalmologist. With over 10 years experience in general ophthalmology and specializing in cataract extraction and implantation of premium lenses, we are happy to have Dr. Seith on board here in our clinic since 2012.

In addition, Dr. Carrie Palmer is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist with specialty Fellowship Training in Cornea and External disease. She has a great deal of experience in ocular plastics (surgical reconstruction and plastic procedures) as well as expertise in Botox and Juvederm injections. Dr. Palmer is skilled in LASIK and refractive surgery and will be restarting our abilities to offer these procedures right here in Martin & St. Lucie counties, eliminating the need to travel outside this area.

We continue to have the knowledge and services of Dr. Christopher Frey, our Board Certified Optometrist for 13 years, who also specializes in dry eye treatment and contact lens fittings. Dr. Kevin Kelly, our Fellowship trained Retina and Vitreous Specialist, continues to provide excellent treatment for Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Diabetic Retinopathy, as well as retinal tears, retinal detachments, and macular edema, as he has for the last 6 years at our facility.