Welcome to Premier Eye Care Your Optometrist in Fort Worth TX

Welcome to Premier Eye Care in Fort Worth. Besides having a wealth of experience, Dr. Ronnie Kim and the Premier Eye Care team strive to provide the finest in optometry services. Along with offering routine eye exams, our optometrist in Fort Worth also helps our patients combat certain eye diseases and teach them the importance of maintaining optimum eye health.

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Our Fort Worth Eye Doctor and Staff

Dr. Ronnie Kim earned her bachelor's degree in biology from St. Joseph’s University in Pennsylvania and then her degree of Doctor of Optometry in 2001 at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. After working as an associate doctor, she moved to Dallas Metroplex and opened up her own practice.

Besides specializing in ocular therapeutics and disease treatment, Dr. Kim's license allows her to prescribe oral medications, treat glaucoma, and perform LASIK and cataract surgeries. Some of the eye conditions our Fort Worth eye doctor treats include hard-to-fit contacts cases and dry eye syndrome.

Our staff also includes our optical manager, Teresa who has been at this location since it opened in 2012. Amanda serves as our office manager and has been a part of Premier Eye Care since 2013.

How Our Optometrist in Fort Worth Can Help You

At Premier Eye Care, our optometrist in Fort Worth is dedicated to providing these high-quality services:

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams - we will check how well you see by doing vision testing, eye function testing, and checking your overall eye health
  • Contact Lens Exams & Fittings - after evaluating your refractive error, we will determine what type of contacts are best for you
  • Prescription Eyeglasses & Sunglasses - we can determine what type of glasses and prescription sunglasses will best suit your vision and lifestyle needs

At Premier Eye Care in Fort Worth, our optometrist provides high-quality vision care with a personal touch in a professional and friendly environment. We have high standards when it comes to caring for the vision of our patients and we are always striving to improve our profession. We welcome the opportunity to serve you and do our best to meet all of your vision care needs.

Contact Our Fort Worth Eye Doctor

We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our optometrist in Fort Worth. If you or anyone in your family is in need of an eye exam or any other type of optometry services, contact our Fort Worth eye doctor today at 817-428-2020 to schedule your appointment. If you are a new patient, feel free to check out our new patient center.

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Ronnie Kim

    Dr. Kim earned her Bachelor's degree in biology from St. Joseph’s University in Pennsylvania. She then attended Pennsylvania College of Optometry where she earned her degree in Doctor of Optometry in May 2001. During her time in Pennsylvania, her externship experience include Delaware VA Hospital and Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.

    She worked as an associate doctor at Bedrossian Eye Associates until her move Dallas metroplex in 2001. In 2002 she opened up her own practice Dr. Ronnie Kim & Associates, serving her patients faithfully and with her personal care. In 2012, she moved her practice to Fort Worth and opened Premier Eye Care. She specializes in ocular therapeutics and disease treatment. Dr Kim also has a license that allows her to prescribe oral medications as well as treat glaucoma. In her 18 years in the eye care industry, she has cared for each of her patients with a special touch. Dr. Kim also co-manages LASIK, and cataract surgeries. She is also knowledgeable with special contact lens fittings such as keratoconus and bifocal soft and rigid gas perm contact lenses, and Ortho-K.. She follows and manages medical conditions such as dry eye syndrome, high risk medication complications, diabetic complications, and glaucoma.

    Dr. Kim is happily married to an Aeronautical Engineer, they have 3 children and reside in Southlake, TX.

  • Amanda

    Amanda joined Dr. Kim's team in  November of 2013.  She is originally from Oklahoma City, OK, and moved to Fort Worth in July of 2013 due to her husband's job change.  Amanda attended the University of Central Oklahoma, majoring in Business Management.  She has worked in the eye care industry since 2000 and has experience in all areas in the field. 

    In her spare time, Amanda loves to read, bake, play board games, and watch movies. She is also a huge fan of all things Oklahoma, including University of Oklahoma sports and Oklahoma City Thunder basketball.  She also volunteers with JDRF and is passionate about raising awareness for this cause. 

    Amanda lives in Fort Worth with her husband, daughter, cat Kiwi, and chihuahua Jack. 


  • Teresa

    Teresa is a native Texan, originally from Dallas.  She has been with Dr. Kim since this location opened in 2012.  

    Teresa is an active member in her church community and in her spare time volunteers at animal shelters in the Dallas area.  She has several years experience in the optometry field, specializing in the optical area.

    Teresa is a huge Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers fan.  You can always count on her sporting her team's colors in the office!

    Teresa lives in Dallas with her 18 year old rescue dog Tob

  • Michelle
    Lead Technician

    Michelle joined Dr. Kim's team in 2017 as an Optometric Technician. She is originally from San Diego, CA, and moved to Texas with her family in 2011. 

    Michelle is a cat lover and is a cat mom to 3 cats, Tom, Jerry, and Meeko. In her spare time she likes to go to concerts, coffee shops, and is very active in her church. She also loves music and sings with her church's worship team. 

  • Shelley
    Assistant Manager

    Shelley has worked in the eye care industry since 2006. She joined Dr. Kim's team in April of 2018. She is originally from Cleburne, TX but recently moved to Granbury with her fiance, daughter, and new puppy. In her spare time, Shelley loves to go swimming, have cook-outs, ride motorcycles, and spend time with family. Shelley is a huge fan of the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers.

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I am so happy with the quality of care and experience that I receive here. All the staff are very caring the young lady that greets you at the front desk is very nice and she address you by your name when you walk in the door that means a lot to me.Dr Eric Thai, he is awesome thank you so much for all that you do"
    Cathy C
  • "Very pleased with Dr. Ronnie Kim! She is knowledgeable and friendly. Clinic is clean and welcoming. I enjoy my visit every time. Highly recommend her!"
    Beth O
  • "I am so happy with the service and quality at Premier eye care in Fort Worth ! DR.Ronnie Kim preformed my eye exam and was great to fine tune my prescription. I was shown glasses and there are many nice styles to chose from, so it were easy to find a great pair. 10 stars"
    Carl B
  • "Dr. Kim and her staff are great. They are always kind, polite, and caring when I am there. I'm glad that I have finally found an eye care professional that actually cares about my vision. They will be my primary from now on. Thank you!"
    Chris S
  • "The doctor, Dr. Kim is amazingly great and thorough. She always gives me the right advice and my visits are always on point. And her staff is awesome!! Great customer service, all smiles, friendly, and very helpful! I highly recommend Premiere EyeCare."
    LaTreace W
  • "Love this place! Everyone is friendly, welcoming & knowledgeable! Highly recommend!"
    Andi P

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Hours of Operation

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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