Dr. Jonathan R. Bundy

Dr. Jonathan BundyAfter reading an article about Dr. Bundy in a UAB School of Optometry magazine, Dr. Sullivan contacted the Dean of the school to get in touch with Dr. Bundy. After many phone calls and a few cross-country flights for both parties, Dr. Sullivan knew that Dr. Bundy shared his commitment to exemplary patient care and asked him to join Premier Eye Center.

Some kind words from one of Dr. Bundy’s satisfied patients
From The Daily Courier

Providing comprehensive eye services, Dr. Bundy is medically trained to provide treatment and management of various eye conditions including glaucoma, eye infections, dry or allergic eyes, cataracts and diabetic eye care.

Dr. Bundy grew up in the high plains desert of southwestern Wyoming and received his Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with a minor in Chemistry from the University of Wyoming. As the 2001 Outstanding Traditional Graduate at Western Wyoming Community College, Dr. Bundy was the commencement speaker. In 2009, Dr. Bundy was again honored as one of only five “Distinguished Alumni and Friends” at WWCC’s 50 year anniversary celebration.

Dr. Bundy received his Doctorate with honors from the UAB Medical Center’s prestigious School of Optometry. He gained admittance to UABSO by securing one of only five slots available to students located outside the southeastern United States. He completed externships in northern Alabama and in the foothills of western North Carolina. During his time there, Dr. Bundy served as President of the UABSO American Optometric Student Association. After receiving his Doctorate, Dr. Bundy completed an additional year-long residency in Hospital Based Primary Care Optometry at the Tuscaloosa, AL Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Dedicated to staying at the forefront of technology, Dr. Bundy is committed to providing state-of-the-art care in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. He emphasizes patient education with a caring touch.
Dr. Bundy is a published author. His paper, The Atypical Red Eye: A Case Report and Review of Choroidal Melanoma has been published in international Optometry and Ophthalmology journals.

He also is committed to giving back locally and globally through various charities and volunteering. Dr. Bundy has served on the American Diabetes Association Community Leadership Board in Prescott, the Board of Directors for the Arizona Optometric Association and is currently the Secretary of the Prescott Sunrise Lions Club. He volunteers for the VISION USA program by offering free eye exams for people with special needs who qualify for this national program. On Sunday evenings during the school year, you will find Dr. Bundy leading games for the AWANA kids program at Willow Hills Baptist Church.

Eyes For Life Mission TripDr. Bundy traveled to Honduras on a mission trip during his training and has now led multiple missions teams to India, Cambodia, and Thailand. These teams have cared for many thousands of patients and counting. He has set a goal of going on one overseas missions trip each year. For more info, visit http://www.eyes4life.org