Jury Eye Care
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Jury Eye Care Locations

Jury Eye Care is located in 3 cities across Kansas including Wichita, Derby and Liberal. All of our locations are dedicated to affordable and personalized eye care, feature state-of-the-art eye exam equipment, and have high-tech imaging capabilities for early detection of cataracts, glaucoma and other eye conditions. See each location below for specific addresses, phone numbers, hours and additional information.

Jury Eye Care - Wichita

Phone: (316) 247-6515
Address: 926 E. Douglas Ave., Wichita, KS 67202
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Mon: Closed

Tues,Thurs, & Fri: 11am-5pm

Wed: 9am-5pm(Dr's in the office Wednesday all day)

Sat: 12pm-5pm (Dr's in the office Saturday 1pm-5pm)

Sun: Closed

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Jury Eye Care Wichita

Jury Eye Care - Derby

Phone: (316) 247-6515
Address: 2701 N Rock Road Ste. 200, Derby, KS 67037
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Mon-Wed: Closed
Thurs-Fri: 9am-5:30pm (Dr's in the office Thursday and Friday all day)
Sat: 10am-12pm (Dr's in the office Saturday morning)
Sun: Closed

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Jury Eye Care Derby

Jury Eye Care - Liberal

Phone: (620) 624-1679
Address: 2381 N. Kansas, Liberal, KS 67901
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Mon-Tues: 7am-7pm
Wed-Fri: By appointment only
Sat-Sun: Closed

Jury Eye Care Liberal

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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


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