Dr. Egan practices full scope optometry and is certified in the treatment and management of eye disease. He specializes in difficult contact lens fits including keratoconus and post traumatic corneal injuries.
From 1981 to 1985 Dr. Egan attended Indiana University as an Evans Scholar, receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Biology in 1985. He received his Doctor of Optometry degree in 1989 from the Indiana School of Optometry.
Since 1993, Dr. Egan has worked at Boling Vision Center gaining extensive experience in the treatment and management of diabetes, glaucoma, macular degeneration, pre and post-operative care of cataracts, corneal transplants, lid surgeries, RK, PRK and Intralase LASIK.
He serves as an adjunct clinical faculty member for Indiana University School of Optometry and Michigan College of Optometry.
Dr. Egan is a volunteer for the Kindness to Prevent Blindness (KTPB) mobile unit. In collaboration with the Elkhart Education Foundation, the KTPB eye care mobile unit was designed with the goal to provide free vision screenings, exams, and glasses to all 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 8th grade students in Elkhart and St. Joseph County Schools—as is required by the Indiana Department of Education. This nonprofit initiative, funded by tax-deductible donations and in-kind community support, is focused on ensuring school children have the vision care they need to be successful in school.
Dr. Egan resides in Michigan City with Judi, his wife, and their two sons, Sean and Jack.
I’m not officially a world renowned optometrist, but I have continued to practice optometry with Integrity, Compassion and Excellence for nearly 25 years anyway. My devotion to my God, family, patients and job keeps me incredibly fulfilled. I thoroughly enjoy the time I get to spend with my patients and look forward to connecting with them at every visit.
Dr. Egan sees patients in the Elkhart office.