Welcome to Bardstown Eye Care Center

Sight is your most precious gift and we’re here to help you protect it using our experienced doctors and staff, a new state of the art facility, and the most advanced diagnostic equipment available anywhere.

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Comprehensive Care

State of the art care is only a phone call away. Bardstown Eye Care Center is a modern, full scope, eye health care facility.
Whether you need diagnosis and treatment for glaucoma, surgical care for cataracts, or management of diabetic eye disease or macular degeneration, we can help. As Nelson County’s most experienced full time eye care team, we’ve successfully managed all types of eye health and vision disorders over the years. Put our experience to work for you!

Prescription Eyewear

True twenty foot exam lanes and computerized exam equipment help Drs. David and Lisa Woody to determine the most accurate eyeglass prescriptions possible.
Our office features the largest eyewear selection in Nelson County with over 1500 frames on display. We’ll help you to look and see your best!

Comprehensive Contact Lens Care

We specialize in difficult to fit patients. Bifocal contacts, lenses to change eye color, astigmatism correcting lenses, disposables - we fit them all.
As the region’s only certified designer for vision correcting and medically necessary WAVE contact lenses, we can manage almost any vision problem. We can even use lenses to change the shape of the eye to reversibly reduce nearsightedness. Come and see what contacts can do for you!

“I changed to Dr. Woody because I could not see to read out of my last 2 pair of glasses when I got them from another doctor, even after going back each time. My visits at Dr. Woody’s were great, and I can see really well to read (and for everything else) out of my new glasses. Dr. Woody got it right the first time!!”

Lillian W.

“I am very pleased with the care that I receive at Bardstown eye care. I believe the doctors genuinely care about their patients.”

John R.

“EXCELLENT! Everyone was so nice and patient. I wish I had gone to see them a year ago. I would recommend them to anyone who needs an eye doctor.”

Margaret S.

“My appointment with Dr. Woody was a comfortable experience. The atmosphere was calming and very professional. He made me feel like a person and not just a number. The staff was friendly and helpful. I would definitely recommend them.”

Tammy H.

“Dr. Lisa is the “best”. She answers all and any question you might have and you will know everything about your eyes before you leave. No better eye care around!!!! Thank you Dr. Lisa.”

Brenda T.

“My recent visit to Bardstown Eye Care Center was excellent. The exam was thorough and Dr. Woody cares about patients. They have an extensive selection of frames and the staff is very capable and eager to help the patient.”

Patrica H.


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Primary Eye Health / Vision Care

Lisa Sloan Woody, O.D.
Lisa Sloan Woody, O.D.Optometrist
Dr. Lisa Sloan Woody was born in Hodgenville, Kentucky. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in 1988 after attending the University of Kentucky on a four year scholarship. In addition to her full class load, she held positions as both a microbiology teaching assistant and as an immunology research assistant.

Retina Associates of Kentucky

Todd J. Purkiss, M.D., PhD
Todd J. Purkiss, M.D., PhD
Dr. Purkiss received his MD from University of Louisville School of Medicine and his PhD from University of Louisville Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. He also completed his fellowship in Medical Retina at Duke University Eye Center. He had already been practicing medical retina in Louisville for over 5 years, when he was approached about joining Retina Associates of Kentucky. It was an offer he could not pass up. The practice is highly regarded throughout the retina community as demonstrating excellence in patient care, as well as clinical training and research. Simply put, it was the perfect fit.
Thomas W. Stone, M.D.
Thomas W. Stone, M.D.
Dr. Stone completed medical school at the University of Buffalo, residency at Duke University Eye Center, fellowship at Emory University Eye Center, and chief residency at Duke University Eye Center. When he was completing his fellowship at Emory University, he knew he wanted to be in an established retina practice with nationally recognized colleagues. The moment he met Drs. Wood and Isernhagen and the staff of Retina Associates of Kentucky, he knew that this was the place he wanted to be. The opportunity to care for patients and pursue research was very apparent, and he’s been happy to be a part of this practice.

Dr. Black’s Eye Associates

Curtis Jordan, M.D.
Curtis Jordan, M.D.
Dr. Curtis Jordan received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University and his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. After completing an internship at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, he also completed a residency in Family Practice and was Chief Resident. Dr. Jordan completed residency training in Ophthalmology at Kresge Eye Institute in Detroit, MI, before joining Dr. Black’s Eye Associates in 1995. Dr. Jordan says he values his time as a family doctor, but being able to practice ophthalmology at Eye Associates for the last twenty years has truly been a gift.

Diabetes Wellness Guide

If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, then you already know that your primary-care physician (along with his/her staff) is the one who orders your blood-glucose testing and helps you to control and monitor your blood sugar levels. What you may not know is that diabetes is a complex disease that can be associated with serious complications. You need to assemble your own team of professionals to help you avoid unwanted outcomes. Choose Your Team and Fight the Complications of Diabetes! Download our free Diabetes Wellness Guide (2MB, pdf format) to learn more.