Dr. Kimball

Doug Kimball, O.D.

Dr. Doug Kimball graduated from Chester High School and received his undergraduate degree from Montana State University. He attended Southern California College of Optometry and received his doctorate in 1991.

After two years of solo practice in Bozeman, Dr. Kimball joined Advanced EyeCare Associates in 1994. Since returning to Bozeman, Dr. Kimball has been active in the community. Past services include the Gallatin Empire Lions Club, Prevent Child Abuse, as well as past president of the MSU Athletic Scholarship Association, Riverside County Club and Montana Optometric Association. He is currently the clinical director for Special Olympics Opening Eyes and team optometrist for MSU Athletics. Dr. Kimball was awarded the Young Optometrist of the Year award in 2001, and the Optometrist of the Year award in 2015.

Away from work, he is an avid golfer and Bobcat fan, and enjoys spending time with his family. Dr. Kimball and his wife, Tracy have two daughters, Kasey and Sydney.


Cynthia Johnson, O.D.

Cynthia Johnson, O.D.

Dr. Cynthia Johnson graduated from Southern California College of Optometry in 1987.

A Montana native, Dr. Johnson received her undergraduate degree from the University of Montana, a Bachelor degree in Microbiology. Dr. Johnson opened her own practice in Eastern Montana, and at the same time contracted with the Fort Peck Tribes to provide care at the Indian Health Clinic in Wolf Point and Poplar MT.

In 1993, she moved to Bozeman with her two young daughters and husband. Dr. Johnson joined Advanced EyeCare Associates in 1997.

Outside of work she is busy with her daughters' schedules and enjoying life in Southwestern Montana.


Kyle McMurray, O.D.

Kyle McMurray, O.D.

Dr. Kyle McMurray was born in Manhattan, Montana. He grew up enjoying the outdoor opportunities Montana affords its natives: hunting, fishing, and trapping.

Upon his graduation from Manhattan High School, Dr. McMurray attended Montana State University, completing his undergraduate work before going to Pacific University in Oregon for his studies in optometry. In 1983 he graduated with honors from Pacific and returned to Montana to begin practicing.

Dr. McMurray joined Dr. Jim Williams and Dr. Bob Hawks in the Bozeman office in 1983. Seeing a need for an optometrist in Belgrade, Dr. McMurray began a Belgrade office in 1985. Dr. McMurray has enjoyed splitting his time between the two offices for nineteen years.

Dr. McMurray raised his three children Kelly, Brian, and Amanda, in the valley. While they attended Belgrade Schools, Dr. McMurray served on the Belgrade School Board. He also co-coached a girl's softball team on which his daughter Amanda played.

In 1987 he was named the Young Optometrist of the Year by the Montana Optometric Association. This began his time of service on the State Board from 1988-1997, serving as President in 1996.

Currently, Dr. McMurray and his wife Vanessa live in Bozeman. Besides spending time with their combined family of six, they baby-sit their seven grandchildren. In the summer months they fish the mountain lakes. The autumn Saturdays provide Dr. McMurray with an outlet for his love of the game of football as he attends Montana State University games. Bobcat Basketball is a winter pastime. Always, Dr. McMurray thoroughly enjoys his relationships with long time patients and making new relationships with first time patients.


Jody Fink, O.D.

Jody Fink, O.D.

Dr. Jody Fink is a Montana native, growing up in Helena. She graduated from Montana State University – Bozeman with degrees in Biology and Biochemistry. Dr. Fink attended the New England College of Optometry in Boston, graduating with a Doctor of Optometry degree in 2005.

Licensed in both Wyoming and Montana, she began her career at a rural Wyoming practice. While in Wyoming, she gained experience in ocular trauma and specialty contact lens fittings. During her two years in Wyoming, she built a loyal patient base and enjoyed working with each of her patients.

Returning to Montana, Dr. Fink joined Advanced EyeCare Associates in October of 2007 and is currently working in both the Belgrade and Bozeman offices. She provides primary care optometry as well as contact lens evaluations. Dr. Fink enjoys working with children and is excited to increase pediatric services at Advanced Eyecare Associates.

In her free time, she can be found enjoying the diverse outdoor activities the area has to offer. Some of which include skiing, hiking, fly fishing, scuba diving, local area athletics and following her husband's competition BBQ quest. Dr Fink enjoys volunteering her time to community resources and events. She is a long standing and annual volunteer with both Homeless Connect and the Gallatin County Health Screenings and she provides educational presentations regarding vision therapy and pediatric vision to community groups. Since beginning with Advanced Eyecare Associates, her pediatric specialty has become even more important, as she and Steve have added two children to her family!


Jennipher Harper, O. D.

Jennipher Harper, O. D.

Dr. Jennipher Harper is a graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry, with a Bio Medical degree from Montana State University. She has a special interest in ocular disease and a strong interest and extensive experience working with contact lenses. Dr Harper was born and raised in Helena and is very happy to be back practicing and living in the healthy, active environment that Montana offers.

Dr. Harper and her husband spend the majority of their free time skiing, mountain biking, and hiking the trails and mountains of our local areas....usually with a labrador in tow. Her passion for her profession and Montana have created a strong commitment to community, and Dr. Harper looks forward to creating long-lasting relationships through exemplary patient care and strong volunteer involvement.

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