Dr. Lance Lemon
Dr. Lemon has been the Glaucoma Director and Vice President of Rosenbaum Eye & Laser Center since 2000. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, College of Engineering and Graduate School and went on to Wayne State University School of Medicine. His residency in Ophthalmology was at the Kresge Eye Institute in Detroit. He completed his post-doctoral training with a fellowship in glaucoma from Emory University in 1998. Dr. Lemon is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Lance Lemon is an experienced specialist in glaucoma and refractive cataract surgery. He utilizes advanced techniques and technologies to achieve improved results and patient satisfaction. He uses multifocal, accommodating and toric intraocular lenses, with LASIK and PRK surgery to gain independence from glasses after cataract surgery.
Dr. Chris Kramer
Dr. Chris Kramer has been practicing in the Lansing area and affiliated with Our Doctors for over 25 years. He received his Bachelors in Science at Indiana University and his Doctorate in Optometry at Indiana University School of Optometry. He has provided our laser vision correction patients with specialized preoperative and postoperative care for over 15 years. He lives in the Holt community with his wife Sue and has two children, Rachel and Zach. Dr. Kramer specializes in working with contact lens patients and laser vision correction.
Dr. Erica Person
Dr. Person is a board-certified comprehensive Ophthalmologist who has been in practice for over fifteen years. She specializes in LASIK and refractive cataract surgery and performs over 2,000 procedures per year. She began her career teaching Residents the art and science of cataract surgery and has continued to be involved in academic pursuits throughout her career. Using lasers and advanced technology lenses for cataract patients has revolutionized cataract surgery, giving patients more options for freedom from glasses after surgery. Dr. Person is on the forefront for offering these remarkable technologies with a LASIK laser to back up the results. She frequently sees patients from other practices as a second opinion or to fix a refractive outcome, especially with multifocal lenses.
While Dr. Person specializes in cataract, she sees a wide variety of patients and treats various eye diseases from glaucoma to dry eyes. She has a personal approach to the way she interacts with her patients and emphasizes good communication. “I develop a partnership with each patient and tailor treatments that work best with each individual’s lifestyle. I feel it is important to take each person’s overall health into account when treating eye disease,” says Dr. Person. Educating patients about their eye issues and carefully explaining treatment, empowers the patient to be in control of their health. She also focuses on preventative care including annual diabetic exams and maximizing vitamin supplements to benefit the eyes.
Dr. Person is an active volunteer in her community, working with girl and boy Scouts of all ages. She enjoys golfing, painting, and hiking with her covid puppy.