Dr. Kimberly Hefner
Dr. Hefner received her Doctor of Optometry degree from Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry in May 1991. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma City University.
Dr. Hefner completed her training with an emphasis in ocular disease at Hummel Eye Associates and the Vision Education Foundation in Oklahoma City, OK, where she worked closely with corneal specialists and cataract surgeons in secondary and tertiary eye care settings.
She is a clinician at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation’s Sjogren’s Clinic, where she provides diagnosis, treatment, and clinical assistance in the research of Sjogren’s, a chronic autoimmune disease. She is the State of Oklahoma’s spokesperson for InfantSee program, a national program designed to educate parents on the importance of routine eye exams for infants and prevent undiagnosed eye health problems by performing free eye exams for children under 12 months of age. She is a frequent lecturer on the diagnosis and treatment of dry eye disease as well as the InfantSee program. Dr. Hefner is currently serving on the Board of Directors of Prevent Blindness Oklahoma. She has previously served on the Oklahoma City University Alumni Board of Directors and the Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians.
She is dedicated to her specialty in ocular surface disease and to providing quality and compassionate eye care to her patients.