Welcome to Blue Valley Vision of Overland Park
Your Optometrist in Overland Park, KS

Call us at 913-681-2624 today.

Dr. Jayme Fose, Dr. Evan Strong, and their team strive to provide the finest in eyecare services and eyewear products. Please feel free to browse our website and learn more about our optometry practice.

We offer the following vision services: complete eye exams, contact lenses, glasses, diabetic eye exams, glaucoma testing, medical eye care, ocular emergencies and pre- and post-operative care.  We humbly invite you to join our patient family by scheduling an eye exam at our south Overland Park office.  We look forward to being your future eye doctors.  Come in and see!

Dr. Jayme Fose 
Overland Park Optometrist | 913-681-2624

Dr. Evan Strong
Overland Park Optometrist | 913-681-2624


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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Love Dr. Fose & Dr. Strong's new practice! Excellent care & service provided. Would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a top-notch eye doctor's!"
    Jennifer B. Overland Park, KS
  • "A friendly, caring and professional staff made the exam quick and thorough. Definitely a go-to resource for eye care needs."
    Patrick H. Overland Park, KS
  • "Super helpful and professional. The doctor and staff really go above and beyond with service and care. Highly recommended."
    John M. Overland Park, KS
  • "Excellent service, cordial staff. Very knowledgeable and friendly!! And you pay less for good quality glasses!"
    Surya C. Overland Park, KS
  • ""She (Dr. Fose) is awesome. They have a whole wall covered with glasses!"--Isabella, Age 5"
    Melissa M. Overland Park, KS
  • "Excellent experience! Dr. Strong goes out of his way to be helpful, accessible and kind! Very convenient location. Such a refreshing break from the large and busy lens stores. Front desk staff is very nice too."
    Kari Kren Overland Park, KS
  • "The staff is absolutely wonderful the Doctor is knowledgeable, uses the latest technology, very very friendly and accessible. I felt very cared for and well served."
    Barbara R. Overland Park, KS

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