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First Eye Care Killeen is proud of our heritage of service to the armed forces and to those in the greater Fort Hood area. Established in 1988 as Affordable Eye Care, our practice has grown continuously with the military post, city and surrounding municipalities. Today, First Eye Care Killeen continues to provide the exceptional eye and vision care that has become our trademark in the community.

As eye care delivery modernizes, so does our office. Throughout the years we have continuously invested in the technology, communication systems, facilities, staff training and appearance of our office to serve you in a manner consistent with true state-of-the-art eye care. From electronic health records to the latest diagnostic and imaging equipment, we are committed to the well-being of our patients through technological innovation.

Whether you live in the Killeen area permanently or are only here for a short while, we know that you and your family will find a home for eye care at our practice. Our doctors and staff know that we must earn your trust. It is our sincere hope that you will visit our office and allow us to show you our passion for your health, eye care and vision.


Dr. Tommy Lucas

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Meet The Optometrist

  • Dr. Thomas A. Lucas, Jr. graduated from Baylor University in 2002 as a Bachelor of Science, with concentrations in Biology and Chemistry. Dr. Lucas then attended the University of Houston College of Optometry, and graduated as a Doctor of Optometry in 2006. Dr. Lucas is licensed by the Texas Optometry Board as an optometric glaucoma specialist, the highest level of optometric licensing in Texas. He is certified by the National Board of Examiners in Optometry and maintains competence through continuing education in all areas of eye research. Dr. Lucas takes pride in the rigorous quality and professional standards at First Eye Care Killeen. Caring for his patients’ eye health and vision in his highest priority. He also has special professional interests including health care policy, advocacy, health information technology, emerging diagnostic and treatment options, ocular nutrition and eye disease prevention. Dr. Lucas is a member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), the Texas Optometric Association (TOA) and the Heart of Texas Optometric Society (HTOS). He is past-president of HTOS and currently serves as president-elect of the TOA and Chair of the TOA Legislative Center. He also serves as a member of the AOA State Government Relations Center. Dr. Lucas was honored in 2011 to be named the Texas Young Optometrist of the Year, and in 2014 was recognized by his colleagues as the Texas Optometrist of the Year.


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