Jury Eye Care
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Dr. Jim JuryDr. Jim Jury is a board certified optometrist with 25 years of practice experience in all aspects of optometry ranging from specialty contact lenses to ocular disease including glaucoma and macular degeneration. Dr. Jury established his optometric practice in Liberal, KS in 1988 and has recently expanded eye care to the Derby and Wichita KS areas.

The new practice locations have provided Dr. Jury with the opportunity to add new optical technology which has changed dramatically over the course of the past 25 years. The technological advances result in earlier detection of eye diseases and conditions such as glaucoma and macular degeneration. Advances have also provided a means of greater accuracy with contact lens fitting and glasses prescriptions. Patient care has been enhanced with the goal of providing quality, affordable eye care to patients.

Dr. Jury is originally from Sublette, Kansas and received his bachelors degree from Baker University. He received his doctorate at the University of Houston College of Optometry. Following an externship at Fort Riley, he immediately went into private practice in Liberal Kansas where he continues to practice today. The Derby and Wichita locations have been established over the past 4 years as a way to expand affordable and quality eye care.

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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

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


Our blog dedicated to complete eye care and ocular health

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What is Keratoconus and what are my options for better vision?
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