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Welcome to Eyecare of Rigby Your Optometrist in Rigby, ID

Call us at (208) 745-0181 today.

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EyeCare of Rigby’s Mission

"Our Mission is to ensure patients the best possible vision by providing the highest quality vision and eye health care possible in a comfortable, professional, and “patient friendly” environment."


Dr. Jason Hurley
Rigby Optometrist | Eyecare of Rigby | (208) 745-0181
711 Rigby Lake Dr #301
Rigby, ID 83442

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Jason N. Hurley

    Dr. Hurley and staff provide the latest in eye care technology and new state of the art computerized equipment. Dr. Hurley specializes in adult and pediatric eye care and difficult contact lens fittings; including gas-permeable, toric and bifocal contacts. Laser refractive consultations are included with every comprehensive eye exam upon request.

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    Jeremy Ball

    Dr. Ball joined Eyecare of Rigby in 2021 after moving with his family from Meridian, ID. He provides comprehensive eye care for patients of all ages. Dr Ball is fluent in Spanish.

    El Dr. Ball se unió a Eyecare of Rigby en 2021 después de mudarse con su familia de Meridian, ID. El hace examenes comprensivos a pacientes de todas las edades. El Dr. Ball habla español con fluidez.


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  • Diana Herrera
    Contact Lens Specialist

    Diana was born and raised in Rexburg, Idaho. She especially enjoys the Archer and Hibbard areas where she has also lived. She and her son Azy love doing anything outdoors including hiking, fishing and camping. Diana has over 5 years experience as our senior contact lens technician. She is bilingual and is a huge asset in helping our Spanish speaking patients. She loves helping patients choose the perfect frame for their face and patients love her too!

  • Nancy Evans
    Lead Optician

    Nancy was born and raised in Rigby Idaho. She graduated from Rigby High School and went on to study Interior Design at Ricks College. Nancy grew up and spent years working in the family’s two local clothing stores, The Klothes Kloset, and The Smart Shop. The Smart Shop was opened by her grandparents during World War 2.

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  • Angela Martin
    Insurance Specialist

    Angela is a Rigby native. She graduated from Rigby High School and married her high school sweetheart who serves as an area police officer. They have 3 awesome children that keep them busy attending games and school activities. Their family loves camping, hiking, and biking in the summer. Angela also endures the Idaho winters reading and attempting DIY home projects. Angela started with Dr. Hurley in 2009 as a technician and has transitioned to insurance and patient billing.

  • Katrina Clark
    Patient Specialist

    Katrina moved from North Carolina to Idaho to attend Rick’s college. She met her husband who is a Rigby native and has loved making Idaho her home. She feels very blessed to have raised her kids in such a great town.

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  • Karen Phillips
    Receptionist

    Karen was born and raised in Rigby Idaho. She graduated from Rigby High School and earned her associate's degree at Ricks College. She studied office education and family learning. She married and has 4 wonderful boys and 3 amazing daughters-in-law.   She is also the proud grandma of 7 adorable grandkids!  She said her favorite thing about working here are the fun coworkers.  Ha ha

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    I have struggled for good vision for years and years in another state. one visit to Dr. Hurley and I CAN SEE!!!!! I am thrilled with the service here!!

    Joy B.W

    Great services, Great staff. They make you feel welcome in every way and then provide you with all the services you need. Without their expert care I would have lost the sight in one eye from a torn retina. Thanks to them.

    Jim D.

    Very fast service. The staff is all so kind and easy to talk to. I loved how quickly my exam went. Dr. Hurley is great to work with!

    Shanelle

    I've been a patient of Dr. Hurley's for years. He's show the highest competence, professionalism, and personal touch when examining my eyes and explaining the benefits of various corrections or procedures. His staff is top notch and every bit as friendly and professional as he is. I can't recommend them enough.

    Patrick B.

    I took my son there and it was a great experience. Dr. Hurley was very good on a child's level of explaining things to my son, then came out and explained the results to me as well. His office staff is very friendly and helpful. I was able to get an appointment in a timely manner. The glasses came in fast and the lady who helps you pick them out was very knowledgeable about what would work best for him. Would definitely recommend Dr. Hurley for adults and children.

    Bethany N.

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Hours of Operation

We are open every other Friday during the summer

Rigby Office

Monday:

9:15 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed