At Glenpool Eye Care, our staff is friendly and professional. Our commitment is to provide exceptional customer service to all of our patients. We take pride in our personalized care and strive to spend the necessary time with each patient to ensure a comfortable experience.
Our Glenpool optometry professionals are passionate about providing high-quality care to our family of patients. We focus on providing comprehensive eye exams, a large selection of fashionable eyewear, and the best possible vision care. Come in today to meet our staff and make an appointment.
Dr. John Gosnell graduated from Northeastern State University College of Optometry in 1997. In 1998, Dr. Gosnell opened Glenpool Eye Care to serve the eye care needs of South Tulsa County.
Dr. Gosnell is married to Dawna and has four children. The Gosnell's are members of St. James United Methodist Church in Tulsa and serve as leaders in Bible Study Fellowship International.
Dr. Gosnell is a member of the Glenpool Chamber of Commerce and the Glenpool Lions Club donating eye exams and eyeglasses to those in need.
An Iowa native, Dr. Brittany A. Wolthuizen graduated from The University of Iowa majoring in Health and Human Physiology: Health Studies and attended a Biological Sciences Master’s program at Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Wolthuizen graduated from Northeastern State University College of Optometry in 2019 with top awards in research, specialty contact lenses, and low vision. Dr. Wolthuizen developed a sports vision program and enjoys seeing patients from 6 months old to 100 years old.
Dr. Wolthuizen and her husband, Ben, have a son--Caleb, born on May, 10th 2019. When not working, Brittany and Ben enjoy gardening, attending football games, and going on road trips with their dog, Indiana Jones. Dr. Wolthuizen also spends her time teaching Nutrition and Anatomy/Physiology online at Western Iowa Tech Community College.
Brittani is our office manager and has been with Glenpool Eye Care since 2006. She has over fifteen years of customer service experience and is excellent at problem-solving.
Brittani is a previous contact lens wearer and has had Lasik, so is a great source regarding questions or counseling about them.
In addition, she is our office insurance specialist and is open to any questions regarding your insurance.
Catherine has been with Glenpool Eye Care for over fifteen years and has over 20 years of customer service experience.
Catherine is our dispensory expert. Catherine takes the time with each patient to make sure we choose the best frame for them. She sits with each patient individually to make sure we have the correct shape, size, and color that is the best fit for them.
Catherine spends extra time trying to find frames for the harder to fit the patient as well as individually adjusting each frame to fit the patient perfectly.
Brandy has been with Glenpool Eye Care since 2012. She has her certificate in Medical Administrative Assisting with over ten years in customer service experience.
Brandy is our main lab technician and works hard to try to make sure each patient receives their glasses as quickly as possible.
She takes her time with each patient to understand their needs and figure out how best to help them.
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