About Us

Repeat winners of Best Optometric Practice in Omaha NE, by Omaha Magazine we provide our patients with an extraordinary patient experience of the best eye care possible, with the most advanced technology available.

We are truly a family atmosphere – building lasting connections with trust, laughter, and empathy. Our certified opticians and optometric techs will assist you with selection of the latest fashion eyewear and contact lens options.

Over 20 years of quality eye care in Omaha

Dr. Marsha Kubica has been providing serving the families of Omaha with quality eyecare since 1994.  She was a founding  partner of the Omaha Primary Eye Care in 1998 and became the sole owner in 2003.  Dr. Kubica’s vision for providing the people of Omaha with the best possible eyecare anywhere aligned so well with Dr. Corey Langford  that they merged his practice Omaha Eye Care, with Omaha Primary Eye Care to further enhance their award winning eye care.  Omaha Primary Eye Care has been located at its current location since 1999 where it remains a pillar of the Omaha community. Drs. Kubica and Langford along with their Associate Dr. Kristen Johnson and staff are committed to the absolute highest, most personal level of care, utilizing the latest technologies.

 

Visit our Omaha office

We are conveniently located on 1011 S. 180th Street in Elkhorn. At Omaha Primary Eye Care, our number one priority is the health of your eyes. Contact us today to schedule your visit with our vision care experts.

Voted best of Omaha for 12 consecutive years

Our professional staff

Dr. Marsha Kubica, O.D.

Optometrist

Dr. Marsha Kubica is a native of Omaha and an alumnus of Burke High School and Kearney State College. She is a graduate of the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago and returned home to Omaha to practice optometry. Dr. Kubica has been the owner of Omaha Primary Eye Care since 1998.

Dr. Kubica is passionate about taking care of her patient’s eye care needs. She will provide you options of the latest vision correction options, including contact lenses, refractive surgery, appropriate eye wear. She also focuses on the health of your eyes and the treatment and prevention of eye diseases.

More about Dr. Marsha Kubica

Dr. Kubica is a member of The Nebraska Optometric Association and The American Optometric Association, Sports Vision Section and Contact Lens Section. Dr. Kubica \is involved in the community through Rotary Club, and serving on the Board for Camp CoHoLo.

Outside of the office, Dr. Kubica enjoys spending time with her 3 adult aged children. She enjoys traveling and attending sports and music events. Dr. Kubica is a big Husker fan, despite the fact 2 of her children attended the University of Kansas and one the University of Iowa. She also considers herself a better-than-average photographer and enjoys golfing, biking, hiking in the mountains, and walking with her dogs.

Dr. Corey Langford, O.D.

Optometrist

Dr. Corey Langford started wearing glasses in first grade after his mother noticed him closing one eye to read – a common coping mechanism for kids with double vision. Many trips to the optometrist throughout his life led Dr. Langford to pursue a career in the field after graduating from Beatrice High School and earning a degree in chemistry from The University of Nebraska at Kearney.

Dr. Langford graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia. After graduation, Dr. Langford completed an optional year of training with ophthalmologic specialists in Philadelphia.

More about Dr. Corey Langford

Corey and his wife moved to Omaha in 2002 and took over Graves Vision Clinic, which became Omaha Eye Care. In 2008 Dr. Langford merged his practice with Omaha Primary Eye Care. He has been awarded the 2009 Nebraska Young Optometrist of the Year, the 2013 Keyperson of the Year, and the 2018 Optometrist of the Year by the Nebraska Optometric Association. He served as the Nebraska Optometric Association’s president in 2012 and continues to stay actively involved by advocating for improved access to full scope optometric care for all Nebraskans.
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Dr. Langford spends the majority of his free time with his wife and 4 children. He has coached more teams than he can count and still enjoys throwing a round of batting practice.  Loud concerts, college visits, sporting events, plays, trap shooting, cheer leading . . . his family has him on the go.  The Langfords are members of King of Kings Church where Corey is an avid participant in Peak Challenge, a men’s ministry event centered around climbing Colorado’s highest peaks.

Dr. Kristen Steier Johnson, O.D.

Optometrist

Dr. Johnson was born and raised in Omaha, where she attended St. Wenceslaus Catholic School and Marian High School. She attended Creighton University where she received her bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2011. She then went on to complete her Doctor of Optometry with honors from Pacific University College of Optometry in 2015. After graduating from optometry school, she practiced in Maine, before moving back home to Omaha and joined Omaha Primary Eye Care in 2017.

Dr. Johnson focuses on comprehensive eye exams, ocular disease, and fitting specialty contact lenses.

More about Dr. Kristen Steier Johnson

She enjoys the challenge of fitting specialty contact lenses and has had advanced training by some of the best contact lens specialists in the country. Dr Johnson is a member of the Nebraska Optometric Association (NOA) and is a graduate of the NOA leadership institute.

When Dr. Johnson is not in the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, trying new restaurants, traveling, and cheering on Creighton University athletics.

Dr. Lexye Bruegman, O.D.

Optometrist

Dr. Lexye Bruegman, originally from Lincoln, Nebraska, attended Concordia University Nebraska earning a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, IL where she graduated with both didactic and clinical honors. Dr. Bruegman was bestowed a member of Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society for her efforts of leadership, scholarship, and value to her class and to her profession.

Dr. Bruegman focused on servant leadership throughout her education by being an ambassador to the admissions team for the Illinois College of Optometry. 

More about Dr. Lexye Bruegman

She helped others through tutoring, assisting in clinically based education, and volunteered to do vision screenings in underserved communities. Dr. Bruegman was president of the Cornea and Contact Lens Society, and an active member of Student Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity, American Student Optometric Association, and College of Vision and Development Societies. While in school Dr. Bruegman worked closely with STAPLE, a program to helps students fit, and evaluate soft and specialty contact lenses as well as worked with Johnson and Johnson and their Student Online Clinical Case Education Program.

Dr. Bruegman offers a wide range of services including routine eye exams for infants, children, and adults. She also offers soft and specialty contact lens fittings and evaluations, dry eye exams, glaucoma exams and testing, diabetic eye exams, LASIK and cataract evaluations, pre-operative and post-operative care, and emergency eye care.

Dr. Bruegman also offers myopia control, a new and emerging topic of concern in pediatric optometric care.

Dr. Bruegman is a member of the American Optometric Association, Nebraska Optometric Association, and the College of Vision and Development and provides no cost InfantSEE screenings to infants between the ages of 6-12 months and no cost See To Learn screenings to .

Dr. Bruegman loves southwest Omaha, and all it has to offer. She is an active member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Gretna and is always actively looking for ways to become involved and give back to her community. Dr. Bruegman currently resides in Omaha with her husband, Brandon and daughter, Brexlyn. While not working she likes to spend time with her family, attend country music concerts, and cheer on the Huskers – Go Big Red!