Kara Hampton, OD
Dr. Hampton graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1995 after completing her undergraduate at Ohio Northern University. She is originally from Marysville, Ohio. She is an active member of the American Optometric Association, Ohio Optometric Association, and the Fellowship of Christian Optometrists.
She not only works in Springboro, but also lives in Springboro with her husband and two children, and is an active and supportive member of the community. Dr. Hampton thoroughly enjoys getting to know every patient with the thought of being their eye doctor for life. She prides herself on the thoroughness and individualized attention of her exams. She is an active member of her church and loves being involved with her children's school and activities. She also enjoys skiing, gardening, sewing, camping, and biking with her family.
Gregory J. Stucke, OD
Dr. Stucke graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2010 after he attended the University of Cincinnati and received his B.S. in Biological Sciences from The Ohio State University. Dr. Stucke's optometric training includes clinical rotations in the Veteran Affairs Hospital of Canton, where he gained extensive experience in the detection and treatment of ocular disease and systemic disease with ocular manifestations.
Training in specialty contact lens fitting, pre- and post-op cataract surgeries and LASIK surgeries were completed at the Havener Eye Institute.
Dr. Stucke and his wife, Dr. Kacie Stucke, live in Mason and have two daughters. They enjoy Ohio State and UC athletics as well as spending time with their dogs, Gus and Marty.
Dr. Andrew Fisher joined Springboro Vision Center in 2019 after three years of practice in Loveland, Ohio. He graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2016. Prior to that received his B.S in Biology from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio where he was also a member of the football and basketball programs. Dr. Fisher enjoys working with patients of all ages in a primary care or ocular disease setting, but has also taken special interest in managing the progression of nearsighted children through specialty contact lenses.
Dr. Fisher and his wife, Megan, live in Maineville and have one son, Mason, and a golden doodle named Riley. They enjoy spending time outdoors, following OSU and Witt sports, and travelling to visit family spread throughout the Midwest.