Our goal is to provide you with quality eyecare and eyewear while delivering exceptional customer service. Everyone at Eyes on Bismarck and Wide Eyed is here to take care of you, and we believe that our staff are the friendliest and most knowledgeable around. Each person on our team is happy to do their part to assist patients with the complete exam process and will happily answer any questions about your visit.
Dr. Brian Beattie is a Bismarck native who graduated from Pacific University College of Optometry in 1980. He does examinations for all ages, from infants to elderly. He has experience working with all of the latest contact lens designs and enjoys working with patients who need specialty contacts, particularly those with keratoconus, corneal transplants, and scarred corneas. Personally Dr. Beattie has had LASIK and cataract surgery and a retinal detachment. Because of these experiences, he takes extra care in helping patients with their visual or medical eye problems.
Dr. Mike Houle has been practicing optometry in Bismarck since 1990. He is a native of Beach, ND and a graduate of North Dakota State University and Pacific University College of Optometry. Dr. Houle enjoys working with patients of all ages, especially school-aged kids. Dr. Houle has a unique perspective on the eyewear industry that includes an appreciation for and expectation of quality lenses. He is excited to offer same-day vision solutions to many patients through our onsite lab. Dr. Houle is excited to continue working alongside Dr. Beattie at Eyes on Bismarck and in his spare time enjoys being with his family and friends.
Stacy is the first person you will see when you come into our office. She is a certified paraoptometric and began her career in the optical industry in 1999. She is more than happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your care, your appointment, or your glasses or contacts. At Eyes on Bismarck, Stacy is the one who ensures that our doctors and staff are all on the same page, and she keeps things running smoothly.