1815 Brothers Blvd

College Station, TX 77845

979-695-6400

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Welcome to Whole Vision
Your Optometrist in College Station, TX

Call us at 979-695-6400 today.

Whole Vision is an eye care facility located in College Station , TX. Our office is dedicated to providing professional and affordable eye care services - routine eye exams, medical eye exams, and contact lens fittings. We do not sell any products. Instead we give you a prescription for glasses and/or contact lenses and you are free to purchase your products anywhere. We accept most insurances, give us a call to find out what your insurance covers.

We look forward to meeting you and helping you with your eye care needs.

At Whole Vision, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at 979-695-6400 or schedule an appointment today online.

 Judy Hughes, O.D 
College Station Optometrist | Whole Vision | 979-695-6400
1815 Brothers Blvd
College Station, TX 77845

Meet The Team

  • Dr.
    Judy Jackson Hughes
    Optometrist
    Dr. Hughes is a 1995 graduate of the New England College of Optometry in Boston with over 20 years experience as a practicing optometrist. Dr. Hughes practiced in Austin for many years at the Austin Eye Gym - a practice that specializes in diagnosing and treating children with developmental vision problems. She moved to Bryan/College Station in late 2012 and now offers a broad range of optometry services to patients of all ages - preschool, school aged, college students, and adult.

    From Dr. Hughes: I am a native Texan - born and raised in Livingston! I have one daughter who graduated with a degree in electrical engineering. After living in Austin for many years, I moved to the Brazos Valley in order to be closer to my family in Livingston. I am settled and happy here and hope to make it my home for many years to come. I love being an optometrist and helping people function better visually in their lives. How can I help you today?

  • Sara Slach
    Optometric Assistant

    Sara performs preliminary testing for our patients before they see Dr. Hughes as well as contact lens training for those who wish to wear contacts.
    Sara graduated from Ultimate Medical Academy with honors and has an Associate of Applied Science and a Diploma as a Medical Administrative Assistant. She is also a busy mom of 2 college kids and enjoys helping our patients with their optometry needs.

  • Emily Studebaker
    Optometric Assistant

    Emily performs preliminary testing for our patients before they see Dr. Hughes as well as contact lens training for those who wish to wear contacts.
    Emily plans on attending Optometry school after graduating from Texas A&M University.

  • Tammy Allen
    Office Manager, Marketing, & Optometric Asst

    Tammy helps keep things running smoothly by doing a little of everything from checking patients in to helping them with their insurance questions, to performing preliminary testing on patients before they see Dr. Hughes.

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Testimonials

See what our clients have to say about us

  • "Today was my sons first time getting contacts. ...Your fabulous team, trained him to put the contacts in and instructed him how to take them out. he was super proud of the support from the staff and I am a proud mom for the time that you took to help him... you did not rush him but you allowed him to become independent and handling his business with these contacts."
    Cecilia B.
  • "Very great experience! Really loved all the staff. Very polite and professional! Just had an amazing experience! It will be worth you time!!"
    Raeanne N.
  • "The staff was awesome. They helped me with all my issues I was having with ease! They took their time, unlike other offices that just try to hurry u out! Thank you Sara, Tammy and Dr Judy!!!"
    Jennifer T.
  • "We had a great team working to get my 11 year old comfortable with contacts!"
    Beth L. D.
  • "Very polite and helpful. Easy to ask questions. Explains everything"
    Cheryl R. A.

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Office Hours

Whole Vision Office Hours

Monday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed