Doctors & Staff
Laura S. Miller, O.D.
Husband: Cash Miller
Children: Mason 1997, Avery 2000
Hobbies: Spending time with my family, biking, jogging, kickboxing.
"I absolutely love being an optometrist and getting to know my patients personally! Practicing as a low vision specialist is incredibly rewarding. I enjoy helping children and adults be able to function better in their daily lives by improving their visual functioning with low vision aids. I also really delight in the challenges of fitting difficult contact patients, helping treat my patient's eye disease and watching a child see clearly through their first pair of glasses. I have been truly blessed with a great family, wonderful staff and awesome patients! I would love to have you as a new patient in the practice". --Dr. Laura
EDUCATION AND EXTERNSHIPS: email@example.com
Concentrated Glaucoma Course, University of Houston, 2000
University of Houston, College of Optometry, 1991-1995
Externship, Eye Institute of San Antonio, 8-94 to 12-94
Specialty: Treatment of eye disease, glaucoma and pre- and post-op care
Externship, Wilford Hall Medical Center, 5-94 to 8-94
Specialty: Low vision, specialty contact lenses and primary care
ACTIVITIES AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
* Texas Optometric Association, Member 1995 to present
* American Optometric Association, Member 1995 to present
Low Vision Section member, 1996 to present
* Central Texas Optometric Society, Member 1995 to present
* Prevent Blindness Texas, 1998-2003
President 2001 to 2002
* Hillcrest Baptist Church, Sparks AWANA Director
Consulting Optometrist for the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and the Austin State School
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:
Young Optometrist of the Year -- Texas Optometric Association
President's Award -- Texas Optometric Association
Young Alumni of the Year -- University of Houston College of Optometry
Corning Low Vision Award -- University of Houston
Katherine Stola, O.D.
Dr. Katherine Stola graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree from Benedictine University in Lisle, IL where she was a recipient of a full scholarship for her academic performance. She also graduated summa cum laude from the Illinois College of Optometry with a Doctor of Optometry degree. She received the Illinois Optometric Association Award and the Wildermuth Scholarship for advanced academic performance and leadership. She was a member of the prestigious Gold Key Honor Society, Tomb and Key Honor Society, and the Beta Sigma Kappa International Honor Society. While studying optometry, Dr. Stola was selected to serve as a teaching assistant for several optometric classes. Additionally, she recently traveled to Honduras to provide eye care to those in need through the Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity organization.
Dr. Stola is licensed in Texas as a Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist. She is well trained in modern optometric treatments and therapies. She is currently a member of the American Optometric Association, the Texas Optometric Association, and the Central Texas Optometric Society.
Dr. Stola lives in Georgetown with her husband, James, and enjoys spending time outdoors with family and friends. She is currently accepting new patients and looks forward to serving you and your family.
Mason and Avery
Mason is now 15 years old and driving me around! Where does the time go? He is in high school and is involved with playing trumpet in the high school jazz band. He also is goalie for his school varsity soccer team. Although Mason has dyslexia, he is a very hardworking and diligent student and has been on the honor roll at school every semester.
Avery is now 13 years old and is in middle school. It is hard to believe that my baby is growing up so fast! She is playing clarinet in the band at school and also plays basketball and soccer for her school. She loves arts and crafts and is always creating something! She is also an honor roll student who received the President's award for her studies!