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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Keys Family Eye Care the leading provider of vision care products and services in Park Hill.

Daniel Owen, OD

Dr. Owen joined our practice on May 11, 2011. He has a wonderful family, and he is active in his church. He has experience working with infants, children, and adults. Dr. Owen graduated with honors as he excelled in specialty contact lenses and eye diseases like cataracts, diabetes and glaucoma!

Stephanie M. Rice, OD, FCOVD

Dr. Stephanie M. Rice is a graduate of Northeastern State University’s Oklahoma College of Optometry and a Fellow of the College of Vision Development. After graduating from Northeastern State University, Dr. Rice began teaching Optometry in a rural health clinic. In November 2005, she opened Keys Family Eye Care. Keys Family Eye Care serves the community of Keys and the LakeTenkiller area.

In 2009, Dr. Rice received Oklahoma’s Young Optometrist of the Year and her Fellowship in the College of Vision Development. In 2012, Dr. Rice began teaching Full Time at Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry.

Dr. Rice is active in civic organizations like Habitat for Humanity, Soroptomist Club, and Special Olympics. She also serves as the Healthy Eyes Healthy People Consultant for Oklahoma. She has served as the Red Fern Fun for Homes 5k and 1 mile Dog Jog Race Director. The Red Fern Run for Homes is a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity. She participated in Tahlequah Leadership Class XII where they raised money for a scholarship for a local high school senior to attend NSU. She also served as the President of the Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity Affiliate and as the District Director for the Oklahoma Optometric Association.

Dr. Rice received a grant in 2008 to help promote InfantSee which is a program designed to detect vision problems in infants. This program has helped prevent blindness in many infants across the country, and InfantSee has also helped save the lives of infants with life threatening conditions like Retinoblastoma.

Dr. Rice believes in serving the community, and she believes through her service that she can improve the lives of our community members.

Our Behind the Scene Experts

Melissa, Optician and Optometric Technician

Scott, Optometric Technician