Doctors & Staff
Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Advanced EyeCare the leading provider of vision care products and services in Durango.
Dr. Lee Ann Hoven – Optometrist
Dr. Hoven attended the University of Kansas for her undergraduate studies and received her Doctor of Optometry from the University of Houston, College of Optometry. Throughout the next 20 years, she opened and practiced at three offices in the Houston area. She was an active member of the Executive Council as well as the Advisory Council for Texas State Optical. Dr. Hoven moved to Durango in 2008 and is the owner of Advanced EyeCare. She is a member of the Colorado Optometric Association as well as the American Optometric Association. She is also active with the Durango High Noon Rotary Club. Dr. Hoven specializes in contact lens fitting, dry eye syndrome, ocular medical conditions, and glaucoma management.
Dr. Rahner received his Bachelors of Science degree at the University of Colorado in Biology. He completed his doctorate degree at Pacific University College of Optometry. Dr. Rahner started his practice in Durango in 1976 and opened a second office in Pagosa Springs shortly thereafter. He also worked as a contract optometrist for the Indian Health Service in Ignacio, Towaoc, Shiprock, and Kayenta. Dr. Rahner started the La Plata County Eye and Ear Program with Bob Tyner in 1981. He was a board member for the Colorado Optometric Association and was awarded the Young Optometrist of the year award by the Colorado Optometric Association. Dr. Rahner and his office were awarded the Spirit of Durango award for his contributions to the community for his community service. Dr. Rahner has been directly involved with the American Red Cross, Soup Kitchen, Salvation Army, Cancer Society, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the Boys and Girls Club, and youth baseball and basketball.
Dr. Kiley Berry – Optometrist
Dr. Kiley Berry received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Mars Hill College in 2004 and her Doctorate of Optometry in 2008 from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee. The following year, she began her career with Indian Health Services and completed a residency in primary care optometry at the Northern Navajo Medical Center in Shiprock, NM. Before moving to Durango, Dr. Berry was practicing at the Zuni Indian Hospital and played an instrumental role in developing a new optometry residency program as the program director. She specializes in contact lens fitting, dry eye treatment, glaucoma management, ocular disease, and pediatric optometry. Dr. Berry is an active member of the American Optometric Association and the Colorado Optometric Association.