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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Vision Source of Goodland the leading provider of vision care products and services.

Brett Keller, O.D.

Dr. Keller joined our practice in December 2020 and is a Sharon Springs, KS native. He earned his undergraduate degree at Kansas State University in Life Sciences. He then went on to St. Louis to complete his Doctor of Optometry degree in 2016 at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. During his time in St. Louis, he was a member of Beta Sigma Kappa, an international optometric honors fraternity. Dr. Keller completed externships at Robert Dole VA Hospital in Wichita, KS and the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center in Ada, OK where he received additional training in surgical post­operative care and eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic eye diseases.

Before joining our practice, Dr. Keller worked in Manhattan for four years, providing full-scope optometry services, including ocular disease management for people of all ages, contact lens fitting, and pediatrics.

When he is not in the office, you may run into Dr. Keller and his family enjoying the great outdoors. Besides spending time with his wife and three children, Dr. Keller also enjoys going to church on a regular basis, fixing things around the house, gardening, the occasional pick-up games of hoops, throwing the pigskin, and rooting for the Nebraska Cornhuskers through thick and thin.

Dr. Keller says he enjoys practicing optometry because, “It is always evolving; there is always something new to try, to learn, to practice. But, helping a child see clearly for the first time is an awesome perk!”


Spring L., CPO

Serving as our Office Manager, Spring works as an Optometric Tech and is a Certified Para Optometric. She is originally from Nevada and joined our office in 2016. Spring enjoys her co-workers and learning new things each day. Outside of the office, you will find Spring enjoying time with her family and watching her kids in their various sporting events.

Spring’s favorite patient encounter/memory: “I think every day is a new experience and I’m always learning from our patients.”

Spring’s favorite motto/mantra: “Life’s a climb, but the view is great!”

Stacy T.

Stacy began working in our Goodland, Burlington and St. Francis offices in 2013 as one of our Front Desk team members. She has her Associates degree from Denver Business College. Stacy loves talking with patients and getting to know them. She also enjoys traveling to our various offices and “working with the best doctors!”. Stacy grew up in Kanorado and Goodland and loves spending time with her husband, two daughters and her grandson. As a family, they all enjoy camping at the lake. She loves watching her husband and daughter participate in demolition derbies. Reading and scrapbooking are also activities she enjoys.

Stacy’s favorite motto/mantra: “Things only get as bad as you are willing to let them”