Dr. Seth Summers has a true appreciation how valuable sight is.
“I realized I couldn’t see the board in high school,” he remembered. “Once I got glasses it was a like a whole new world.”
Dr. Summers is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Optometry and loves working at Korrect because he personally gets to know his patients and families. He feels strongly that having all licensed Opticians means the patients are getting the best product for their needs.
Dr. Summers and his wife enjoy Louisville because it has so many different things to offer from eating at local restaurants to attending events downtown.
Dr. Gogel became an optometrist because she loves working with people and helping them to improve their health. She received her Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Psychology from Indiana University before earning her Doctorate of Optometry from the I.U. School of Optometry. She loves working at Korrect because she can give each of her patients individualized attention. She doesn’t believe in rushing an exam. She takes the time to really listen and care for her patients.
Her favorite thing about Louisville is all of the great restaurants. In her spare time, she loves cooking, hiking and spending time with family.
Dr. Patrick Scott is an optometrist with UofL Physicians — Eye Specialists and is also an assistant professor at the UofL School of Medicine in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. His area of interests include well eye care, general optometry, neuro-optometry and sports vision.
“At UofL Physicians, we provide our patients and their families with the highest standard of care available,” said Dr. Scott.
Dr. Scott received his bachelor’s degree from Canisius College in New York and his doctor of optometry degree from the New England College of Optometry. He completed his residency and fellowship at Boston University School of Medicine where he also received his Ph.D.. He is a member of the American Academy of Optometry; American Optometric Association; Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology; International Society for Eye Research; American Association of Clinical Anatomists; Kentucky Optometric Association; Optometric Retina Society; and Sports Vision Society.