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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Vision Source of Atwood the leading provider of vision care products and services in Atwood.


Jordan Hagler, O.D.

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Jordan Hagler, O.D. joined our offices in August 2012.  Dr. Hagler grew up on a farm south of Atwood, Kansas. He received his bachelor of science degree in biology from Kansas State University. In May 2011, he graduated  from Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, with summa cum laude honors.

During his time in optometry school, Dr. Hagler received numerous honors & awards including the school’s Pheiffer Award for Excellence in Ocular Disease Research for his study in glaucoma management. He also completed his externship at Fry Eye Associates, in Garden City, KS where he received further training in surgical post-operative care. He went on to complete a residency in primary care optometry with an emphasis in ocular disease at the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center in Muskogee, Oklahoma.  During his residency, he received advanced clinical training in the management of diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and other various ocular conditions.  Dr. Hagler also enjoys fitting contact lenses, working with pediatric patients, and low vision rehabilitation.

In his free time, Dr. Hagler enjoys golfing, fishing, and spending time with family.  He is happy to be in Northwest Kansas serving in the Colby, Goodland & Atwood communities.


Andrea Hagler, O.D.

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Dr. Andrea (Sis) Hagler joined the practice in August 2013.  She grew up on a farm northwest of Atwood, Kansas and attended Atwood High School, Colby Community College, and Kansas State University, where she received her bachelor’s of science degree in biology.  She graduated from optometry school at Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, in May 2012.  Under the supervision of Dr. Ron Bateman, she completed an externship at Fort Collins Family Eye Care in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she received additional training in vision therapy and pediatric eye care.  She also completed a residency in pediatrics, vision therapy, and vision rehabilitation at Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon.

While in optometry school, she received the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) award, the William Feinbloom Low Vision Award, the Optometric Student Association Outstanding Student of the Year award, the National Infant See Award, along with several other awards and scholarships.   While Dr. Hagler enjoys seeing patients of all ages, she has a passion for working with children and patients with special needs.  Dr. Hagler treats patients suffering from double vision or other binocular vision disorders as a result of traumatic brain injuries (car injuries, strokes, etc), children who have vision related learning disabilities, and patients who have strabismus (eye turns) and amblyopia (reduced vision in one eye).

Dr. Hagler is an Infant See and See to Learn provider.  She is a member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, the American Optometric Association, and the Kansas Optometric Association.  Dr. Hagler works in the Colby and Atwood offices and offers Sky’s the Limit Vision Therapy services out of the Colby office.


Staff


Gina H.

Serving as our Goodland Office Manager, Gina has been an Optician with Vision Source since 2005. She also works in our Atwood office and has served as our Optical Team Leader. Growing up in Goodland, she has gotten to know a lot of people in the area and enjoys working with patients of all ages. She especially enjoys meeting new patients, helping patients select their glasses and making sure that each patient receives the best service possible. In her spare time, Gina spends time with her family and in the summer, you may see her along at area Rod Runs with her white 35 Ford Coupe and a yellow 49 Mercury, both built by her dad.

Gina’s favorite patient encounter/memory: “I remember fitting a small child with glasses. Once the new glasses were on, seeing his expression of recognition and wonder was amazing.”

Gina’s favorite motto/mantra: “Treat others the way you want to be treated and always be truthful.”


Robyn R.

Robyn is originally from Wichita, KS and attended Kansas State University. She has worked as Front Desk/Reception Team Member since 2008. She enjoys seeing and meeting patients and helping them have a great experience in our office. Robyn has many interests outside the office including golf, photography and attending or watching K-State games.

Robyn’s favorite patient encounter/memory: “I feel all encounters are unique. I really enjoy seeing the patients who have been coming here for years and getting a chance to visit about their lives and families.”

Robyn’s favorite motto/mantra: “As you walk down the fairway of life, you must stop and smell the roses, for you only get to play one round.” (Ben Hogan)