East Washington Street Office
We will always put the needs of our patients first.
We will deliver excellent service with compassion and integrity.
We will provide THE highest quality personalized solutions, supported by education and technology.
For over 20 years, Visionquest Eyecare has served the Central Indiana community by providing the leading quality of eye care in the state. VisionQuest Eyecare takes pride in building a family environment and making our patients feel welcomed. Your needs will always come first, and we will always provide the best care for you and your family. Aside from routine eye exams, we treat ocular diseases, work with a vision therapist to provide vision therapy, and have the best selections of frames and contact lenses. Using the best and most advanced technology, along with the best doctors in Indiana, we want to help you live a fulfilling life by helping you maintain clear vision for years to come.
Text only number: 317-890-5548
Dr. Terry N. Null
Dr Null graduated from the Indiana University School of Optometry in 1983. His course work included extensive training in geriatric ocular care, ocular disease management, and contact lens fitting and evaluation. A board certified optometrist, Dr Null specializes in the treatment of macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma. These conditions constitute the three leading causes of preventable blindness. A member of Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Fraternity, Dr Null has received numerous awards, including TLC Laser Eye Center’s Dennis Kennedy Excellence in Eye Care Award, the Harold Hohn Memorial Award for Optometric Research, and the Marchon Award of Excellence.
Dr. Michael W. Jeffirs
Dr. Jeffirs earned a Doctorate in Optometry degree from the Indiana University School of Optometry. There he received extensive Contact Lens training and even assisted in teaching the Contact Lens course for optometry students at the time. Dr. Jeffirs was one of the early Optometrists to be certified in Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease.
Dr. Collin M. Rush
Dr. Rush graduated from the Indiana University School of optometry in 2016 with high honors and was accepted into the Phi Beta Kappa society consisting of only the top 1% of seniors nationwide in the college of arts and science. Dr. Rush trained at the Cataract and Laser Institute becoming proficient in the management and care of cataract and laser surgeries, as well as the use of amniotic membranes for the treatment of ocular surface disease. He trained at the Atwater and Indianapolis eye care centers mastering the skill of Scleral contact lens fitting. These lenses provide amazing differences in vision and comfort for patients with diseased and irregular corneas. Dr. Rush's final training took place at The Roudabush Veterans hospital caring for veterans with advanced glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.