Jury Eye Care
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Jury Eye Care has three convenient locations throughout the state of Kansas including Wichita, Derby and Liberal. Choose a location below to schedule an appointment, view office hours, view driving directions and more.

Jury Eye Care Wichita
Wichita Location
(316) 247-6515
Jury Eye Care Derby
Derby Location
(316) 558-5400
Jury Eye Care Liberal
Liberal Location
(620) 624-1679


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20% Off Glasses and Contact Lenses

20% off

In celebration of another successful year, we want to help you optimize your flex spending accounts. Come in today and get 20% off your next pair of glasses or contact lenses. Contact a location near you for details about this special promotion.

 

Convenient Locations

Wichita
(316) 247-6515
926 E Douglas Ave., Wichita, KS
Jury Eye Wichita
Derby
(316) 247-6515
2701 N Rock Road, Ste 200, Derby, KS
Jury Eye Derby
Liberal
(620) 624-1679
2381 N. Kansas, Liberal , KS
Jury Eye Liberal

 

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