Meet our Doctors
To provide the highest quality eyecare, our doctors:
- Are all certified to use diagnostic and therapeutic pharmaceuticals for treating and managing eye disease.
- Routinely upgrade their skills with continuing education.
- Are members of the American Optometric Association and the Kansas Optometric Association.
Dr. Driver is the son of an optometrist, Dr. R. Kay Driver of Goodland. He acquired this practice from Dr. Don Jensen in 1990, after his graduation at University of Missouri – St. Louis. Dr. Driver is a Kansas State University graduate with a BS in Physical Science. Dr. Driver’s special interests include geriatric vision care and contact lenses. Being an avid golfer and sport enthusiast, he also has particular interest in providing the highest level of acuity and visual function for the athlete in their unique demands of the sport. Dr. Driver has two children and is married to Dr. Clark. He enjoys golf, yardwork, and spending time with his children and wife.
Dr. Clark is a western Kansas native and completed her bachelor’s degree at Kansas State University. She received her optometric degree from the University of Missouri – St. Louis in 1992. Dr. Clark has special interests in Binocular Vision and treatment of strabismus and learning related vision problems. She is an associate member of College of Vision Development and Optometric Extension Program which require additional continuing education in the area of binocular vision. Specialty contact lenses are also of particular interest; she has received her certification from Paragon Vision Sciences for a unique contact-lens based procedure called Corneal Refractive Therapy. Dr. Clark enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering for various local programs, especially the American Diabetes Association. She is married to Dr. Driver and they have two children.
Dr. Barth is a KSU graduate with a degree in Life Sciences and Spanish. She then graduated from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN in 2001. Dr. Barth joined our practice in 2003 and also sees patients in her father’s practice in Abilene. Dr. Barth has special interests in ocular disease and children’s vision care. She has been in VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services for Humanity) and has traveled to Central America on several occasions to provide no charge vision care to the poverty stricken. She is very active in several community organizations including PEO, Salina Newcomers, and her church. She was also very involved in organizing the Kansas Mission of Mercy Dental Clinic in Salina in 2005. She is married to Jason Barth, DDS and has three children.
Dr. Smith is a graduate of Texas A&M University and received a degree in Biomedical Science and a minor in Spanish. She then attended the University of Houston College of Optometry and graduated in 2011. She is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Kansas Optometric Association. She has been involved in the Fellowship of Christian Optometrists and traveled to Kenya in 2009 to provide eye health exams and glasses to rural parts of Nairobi. Her special interests include contact lenses and ocular disease. She will be seeing patients in both the Salina and Minneapolis locations.