Dr. Kimberly Patton completed her undergraduate degree at The Ohio State University obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2014. She then continued her education at The Ohio State University College of Optometry, where she graduated first in her class to obtain her Doctor of Optometry degree in May 2018.
Upon graduation, Dr. Patton completed a two-year Advanced Practice Fellowship in Cornea and Contact Lenses at OSU, where she studied tear film changes after instillation of various over-the-counter artificial tears to earn her Master’s degree in Vision Science in 2020. Dr. Patton now additionally works as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Optometry at OSU, where she enjoys serving as an instructor overseeing optometry students in various clinical and laboratory settings.
Dr. Patton has a passion for contact lenses and has experience fitting specialty contact lenses for a variety of conditions which cause irregularity of the front surface of the eyes. She also enjoys contributing to optometric research projects relating to myopia control and innovation in contact lenses.