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Dr. Kimberly Nguyen Stuckey


Dr. Kimberly Nguyen Stuckey is a family-oriented eye care professional, with 11 years, and counting, of experience helping people obtain and maintain their best eyesight. Dr. Stuckey holds a B.Sc in biomedical sciences from Grand Valley State University, and a Doctor of Optometry from The Ohio State University. She is a member of both the Ohio Optometric Association and American Optometric Association, and she specializes in general eye care.

Dr. Stuckey grew up as a first generation daughter of Vietnamese immigrants, and wasn't even able to speak English to her schoolmates when she first started in Kindergarden. Thankfully, the school pulled her out for ESL on a daily basis, and she soon learned the language. She grew up in Okemos, MI, and lived there until she left for undergraduate college at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI, and then went to Columbus, OH to attend optometry school at The Ohio State University.

She chose to enter Optometry because she knew she wanted to be in the medical field, but also wanted to choose a profession that would allow her time to be a mommy as well. She had it narrowed down to optometry and dentistry, when, during her human cadaver lab, she held an eyeball in her hand and was amazed by how something so small was responsible for so much of our lives! Her decision was made then and there!

When asked her favorite patient story, Dr. Stuckey writes: “My favorite overall story: A 22 year old male patient came in, referred from his PCP for intermittent blurriness and migraines. Upon examination I found multiple hemorrhages in the patients retina. I sent him out for bloodwork and his results came in as follows: hemoglobin count 3 (avg 12-15), white blood cell count 0 (avg 4-7) and platelets count of 6 (avg 150-450). the patient was told that had he not been seen, he would have survived a maximum of 3 more days. The patient was diagnosed with aplastic anemia and underwent chemo and a bone marrow transplant.“

Outside of work Dr. Stuckey enjoys going to musical theater shows, scrapbooking, reading and spending quality time with her friends and family. She also likes to dabble in photography and party planning. She's been married to her husband, Chad, since 2008, and has three kids, Rylie (age 9, girl), Peyton (age 8, boy,) and Avery (girl, age 6). She is fluent in Vietnamese, and is happy to conduct eye exams for the Vietnamese community.

Dear valued patients,

As our community copes with the fast moving spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, we hope you and yours are in good health during these stressful times.

Due to the high transmission rate of COVID-19, we feel it is our social responsibility to close our office effective at the end of our business day on March 21st to do our part to help slow the spread of transmission. This decision was not made easily as a small business, but we are in agreement that it is our goal to keep everyone healthy. We will tentatively reopen on Tuesday April 7th. This is subject to change


We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time. We wish you the best of health and hope to see you soon.

Dr. Kimberly Stuckey, Michelle and Quaeyla