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Madison

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Madison

Since 2001, the Pathway Eye team has been 'seeing the best in people' through its relentless dedication to providing compassionate, patient-centered care tailored to everyone's unique eye health needs: offering services for people of all ages and life stages, effective treatment options, and a beautiful selection of frames in its always-welcoming environment.

InFocus Eyecare Madison is ready to see you now

SERVICES

  • Eyeglass Exams
  • Contact Lens Exams
  • Retina Imaging
  • Diabetic Exams
  • Dry Eye Treatment
  • Glaucoma Management
  • Treatment of Infections & Injuries
  • Kids Exams
  • Myopia Control

ACCEPTED INSURANCES

We work with most major health and vision plans.

  • EyeMed
  • VSP
  • Spectera
  • Davis
  • Aetna
  • UHC
  • Cigna
  • Medicare
Dr. Megan Taylor, O.D.

Dr. Megan Taylor, O.D.

Dr. Megan Taylor, a graduate from The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), pursued her Doctor of Optometry at The Ohio State University College of Optometry. Her passion for eyecare stems from a genuine love for helping patients achieve clear and comfortable vision. 

Dr. Taylor's clinical care interests extend to patients of all ages, with a particular focus on addressing binocular vision issues in both kids and adults. She recognizes that these often overlooked conditions can lead to strain and impact not only vision but also reading and academic success.

Outside her professional life, Dr. Taylor finds joy in spending quality time with her children and husband. This commitment to family reflects her approach to life and care, embodying a dedication to both professional excellence and personal well-being.

Dr. Heather Sutton, O.D.

Dr. Heather Sutton, O.D.

Dr. Heather Sutton is originally from Florence, Alabama and calls the Tennessee Valley home. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from University of Alabama in Huntsville in 2010 and with honors from University of Alabama in Birmingham School of Optometry in 2014. 

Dr. Sutton has had the privilege to serve the residents of North Alabama by providing quality comprehensive and medical eye care at both Davis Eye Care since 2014 & Heritage Eye Care since 2021.

Dr. Sutton treats each patient as family and prides herself on providing exceptional and compassionate comprehensive care while incorporating the latest technology to bring solutions tailored to each individual’s unique lifestyle. She is passionate about helping each patient obtain their best possible vision, ocular health and well being. Dr. Sutton is a lifelong learner and is excited to share the newest technology and research to help improve her patients’ vision, health, function and overall quality of life. She has training in Ocular Disease, Pediatrics, Primary Care, Low Vision, Geriatrics, Vision Therapy, and Specialty Contact Lens fitting; including multifocal contact lenses and myopia control.

In her spare time, she can be found engaging in one of her many hobbies and enjoying time with her husband, two young children & dogs.

Dr. Sutton looks forward to continuing to grow her family of patients at InFocus Eyecare Madison.

Dr. Rachel Kane, O.D.

Dr. Rachel Kane, O.D.

Dr. Rachel Kane is a dedicated eyecare professional with a passion for making a positive impact in the lives of her patients. A graduate of Mississippi State University for her undergraduate studies, Dr. Kane pursued her optometric education at the Southern College of Optometry.

From an early stage in her academic journey, Dr. Kane was drawn to eyecare as a means of serving others. During her undergraduate years, she had the opportunity to shadow several Optometrists, an experience that revealed to her the profound impact that optometry can have on a patient's life. Driven by the desire to contribute to the well-being of others, she found fulfillment in the unique and diverse challenges presented in patient care every day.

Dr. Kane's clinical care passions lie in Corneal Disease, refractive and cataract surgery co-management, as well as Dry Eye and Specialty Contact Lenses. Her commitment to these areas reflects a comprehensive approach to eyecare, ensuring that her patients receive the best possible treatment and management for their visual health.

Outside the clinic, Dr. Kane values her time spent with friends and family. Her interests include reading, playing tennis, discovering new favorite restaurants, and exploring different destinations through travel. These personal pursuits not only contribute to her well-rounded lifestyle but also enhance her ability to connect with patients on a personal level.

With a commitment to excellence and a passion for eyecare, Dr. Rachel Kane continues to be a valuable asset to the field, making a positive impact on the visual health and overall well-being of her patients.

Jon Martin
December 19th, 2023
The experience was amazing...

Today I had my first appointment at Pathway Eye Madison and the experience was amazing. The staff members were very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. Dr. Taylor provided a thorough explanation on the condition of my eyesight while performing my vision tests. I look forward to working with them in the future.

Roxy Arney
August 11th, 2023
Wonderful!

My appointment with Pathway Eye this week was wonderful! They were kind, careful and thorough. I am happy so far with the attentive nature and info given to me during my testing. Can't wait to get my new glasses!

Kristie S
October 29th, 2023
Will definitely be back!!

Very friendly staff and doctor!!
She actually took the time to explain everything to me and not rushing!!
Thank you for getting me in last minute even as a new patient!! ❤️
Will definitely be back!!

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