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Amanda E. Jolly, O.D.
Dr. Amanda Jolly is an optometrist specializing in comprehensive eyecare for the entire family. She enjoys customizing your eye exam to solve your specific lifestyle vision needs. Amanda is familiar with all the latest types of contacts lenses and enjoys working with multifocal lenses. She has a special interest in contact lenses, pediatrics, dry eyes and patient education.
Amanda believes one of the most important parts of the eye exam is making sure patients have all of their questions answered and understands their conditions.
Dr. Jolly’s volunteer interests include working with the Green Bay Children’s Museum and Headstart to promote awareness of the need for children’s eye exams. Dr. Jolly has also participated in medical mission trips to Haiti, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Dr. Jolly currently resides in Green Bay.
- Doctor of Optometry, cum laude
- Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, Illinois
- Bachelor of Arts – Biology, magna cum laude
- Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana
- American Optometric Association
- Wisconsin Optometric Association
- Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society
- Beta Sigma Kappa Optometric Honor Society
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