Marble Falls, Texas 78654
|Main Office:||(830) 693-5868|
|Toll Free:||(800) 552-8262|
|Optical Dept:||(830) 693-3787|
Eye Center Doctors
Dr. Kelly Green
Dr. Kelly Green came to Marble Falls and began work with Dr. Gene Kirby in August of 2009. She is Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. She enjoys seeing ophthalmology patients of all ages in the office, and also performing micro-incision cataract surgery, LASER surgery, pterygium surgery, and eyelid surgery. Dr. Green likes caring for patients with dry eyes, diabetes, and glaucoma. She enjoys educating her patients about their eye diseases and how to treat or prevent vision loss.
Born in Tucson, Arizona, Dr. Green spent her childhood years in Texas, California, and the D.C. area. Her father is an ophthalmologist in San Antonio, and a retired United States Air Force Colonel. Dr. Green spent the majority of her school-aged years in San Antonio, where her parents and brother still reside. Read More
During her undergraduate years at Trinity University in San Antonio, Dr. Green studied chemistry and French. While at TU, she was a member and co-captain of the collegiate swim team.
Following college, Dr. Green served two years in the Peace Corps in West Africa, where she taught physics and chemistry in French. She initiated a well construction project, and also taught education programs for rural women. Upon returning from Africa, she worked for two years as a high school teacher in Georgetown, Texas, before making the move into medicine. She went to medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA), where she participated in the establishment of a free medical clinic for women recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. Subsequently, she did her transitional internship in Austin at Brackenridge Hospital. Dr. Green returned to San Antonio for residency in ophthalmology, which she completed in 2009. As a senior resident, Dr. Green was chosen by the faculty to be a recipient of the Resident of the Year Award.
Dr. Green is an active member of the Burnet Lampasas Medical Society (past president 2012, secretary 2011, secretary 2013), the Austin Ophthalmological Society (past president 2012), the Texas Medical Association, the Texas Ophthalmological Association, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, and the American Academy of Ophthalmology. She has applied to become an Oral Board examiner for the American Board of Ophthalmology.
As an officer of the Burnet Lampasas Medical Society, Dr. Green was instrumental in the creation of a scholarship program for Burnet and Lampasas County students. The scholarships currently help to support four local students who will attend college and plan to work in the health professions. Dr. Green is passionate about education, having been a high school teacher herself.
Her love of teaching leads her to participate in resident educational activities at the UTHSCSA Ophthalmology Residency program. She has served as a volunteer during resident research meetings and gives lectures to the residents.
Dr. Green is proud to have been a contributor to a recently-published family medicine textbook. One of her favorite mentors from medical school, Dr. Richard Usatine, invited her to help write and edit the chapters which discuss eye disease.
When not at work, Dr. Green participates in triathlon races, as well as road and trail running competitions. Her first Ironman competition was in Louisville, Kentucky in 2011, and her second was in Mont Tremblant, Canada in 2012. She plans future Ironman races as well. She is a proud age group winner of the Marble Falls Triathlon in 2012.
Dr. Green is also devoted to community service. She mentors a local high school student currently, and has mentored other students over the years. Hide More
Dr. Ted Felton
Dr. Ted Felton has been practicing optometry part-time with Mary Kelly Green, M.D., PLLC since October, 1995.
Dr. Felton is a retired Lieutenant Colonel of the United States Army. He served 20 years as an Army Optometrist at Fort Jackson South Carolina, 130 Station Hospital, Heidelberg, Germany, Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado, and Darnall Army Medical Center, Fort hood, Texas. He served as Chief of Optometry in all locations except for Fitzsimons Army Medical Center where he was the Executive Officer and Chief Instructor of the Army’s Medical Equipment and Optical School. He was awarded the Legion of Merit, 2 Meritorious Service Medals, 3 Army Commendation Medals, 4 Army Achievement Medals, 2 Overseas Medals, 2 Good Conduct Medal, the Parachutist Badge and the Expert Field Medical Badge. He is also in The Order of Military Medical Merit and was honored by The Texas National Guard with the “Star of Texas” for his contributions during their first deployment overseas since WWII. Read More
Dr Felton is an adjunct assistant professor of Optometry with the University of Houston, South California College of Optometry, Pacific University, and Southern College of Optometry.
Dr. Felton graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago after receiving his under graduate degree from Buena Vista University. He also has a Master of Science from Central Texas University. He is a Therapeutic Optometrist as well as an Optometrist Glaucoma Specialist. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Felton’s hobbies are canoeing/kayaking, hunting and fishing and playing any kind of sports with his 4 grandsons.
Dr. Felton is widowed after 35 years of marriage. Hide More