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Welcome to Gillette Optometric Clinic PC

Your Optometrist in Gillette, WY

How clear is your vision? Gillette Optometric Clinic is the leading provider of optometry services and vision care products in the Gillette community, and we want to help you achieve and maintain a clear vision for years to come.

Gillette Optometric Clinic has been a leading provider of optometry services and vision care products in the Gillette community since 1969, and we want to help you achieve and maintain clear vision for years to come.

Our experienced eye doctors offer comprehensive vision examinations at our Gillette optometry office and specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide array of eye diseases, conditions, and problems. We use advanced diagnostic technology and vision correction products and are committed to improving the quality of life of persons in the Gillette community through enhanced vision. Give yourself the gift of clear vision – schedule an appointment with your eye care provider today.


Gillette Optometrist | Gillette Optometric Clinic PC | (307) 682-2020
609 Four-J Court
Gillette, WY 82716

Meet The Doctors

  • Roger Jordan
    O.D. , F.A.A.O

    Dr. Jordan was born and raised in Montana. He began practicing at Gillette Optometric Clinic in November of 1980. He attended Montana State University, graduating with honors and a Bachelor of Science degree. From there he went on to attend Southern California

    College of Optometry and graduated Magna Cum Laude. He is certified to use topical and oral pharmaceutical agents. Among his interests are the fitting of contact lenses, treating disease, pathology and treating special need patients.

    Dr Jordan has hospital privileges. He also is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and serves as President of the State Board of Examiners in Optometry for 12 years running. He is past president of the Wyoming Optometric Association, Nationally, he is past chairman of the American Optometric Association Political Action Committee. Currenty, he serves on the Federal Relations Committee for the AOA in Washington, DC for over 10 years and has been actively for Optometry over 25 years. He was appointed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services for a 4 year term on the Practicing Physician Advisory Council being the only non-MD.

  • Joseph C. Maycock

    Dr. Maycock began practicing with Gillette Optometric Clinic in November 2003. A Gillette native, Dr Maycock is pleased to be back in his hometown to provide quality eye care. Before attending optometry school Dr. Maycock graduated summa cum laude from Black Hills State University. Dr. Maycock serves as a member of the Gillette Campus Advisory Board. He is a 2003 Southern California College of Optometry graduate of distinction where he was awarded the Vistakon Award of Exellence In Contact Lens Patient Care and the RGP Lens Institute Award for Clinical Excellence in GP Contact Lenses. In addition to his interest in contact lenses, he also enjoys pediatric optometry, low vision, ocular disease, pre and post cataract and refractive surgery care, and dry eye management.

  • Joseph Fischer

    Dr. Fischer began practicing in Gillette in October of 2010. Before moving to Gillette he attended the University of Mary in Bismarck ND. He was then accepted into Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove Oregon where he recieved his Bacholors of Vision Science and Doctorate of Optometry graduating with distiction. He is a member of the American Optometric Association as well as the Wyoming Optometric Association. Dr. Fischer is very pleased to be a part of the Gillette community and is proud to deliver professional optometric services in the areas of primary care, ocular disease, low vision, andspecializes in vision therapy. Dr. Fischer is a member of Rotary and enjoys being involved in the community.

  • Ashlee Mills-Fischer

    Dr. Ashlee Mills-Fischer began practicing at Gillette Optometric Clinic in October 2011. As a Gillette native, she is excited to be home to provide quality comprehensive eye care to Gillette, and our surrounding community. After graduating from Campbell County High School, Dr. Mills-Fischer attended undergraduate school at The University of Montana where she graduated with high honors, as well as from the Davidson Honors College. While in school, she discovered her passion for health care, along with Montana Grizzly football. Before attending optometry school, she moved to Denver, Colorado to persue her interests in vision and eye care whereas she worked as a patient counselor for a LASIK center. Dr. Mills-Fischer was honored to be accepted into Pacific University College of Optometry and graduated with distinction in addition to a four year membership in Beta Alpha Psi Honors Society. Today she is an active member of the community, participating in Kiwanis and Gillette Area Leadership Institute. Dr. Mills-Fischer provides overall optometric care along with areas such as visual therapy, sports vision therapy, contact lenses, and the treatment of ocular diseases. She feels privileged to work alongside her father Dr. Robert Mills and husband Dr. Joe Fischer

  • Melissa Younger

    Dr. Melissa Younger joined the practice in July 2016. Dr. Younger is originally from the plains in the midwest of Minnesota. She is very excited to be in Wyoming closer to the mountains. She attended undergraduate school at Minnesota State University Mankato where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She then moved to Oregon for optometry school at Pacific University College of Optometry where she met Drs. Ashlee and Joe Fischer. After graduating with distinction from optometry school, she moved to soutwestern Minnesota where she practiced primary care optometry for the hospital. Dr Younger is delighted to serve the Gillette community. She is passionate about providing quality eye care for all ages. When she is not in the office, you may run into her hiking or backpacking with her family in the Bighorns.

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    Dr. Jordan goes above and beyond for his patients, great staff as well!

    Thomas H.

    Very thorough exam. Dr. Maycock explained all findings well. Optical staff is friendly and helpful

    Lynda H.

    I had a great experience. First, the staff are really friendly. I was surprised by the amount of equipment to measure and test my eyes. I saw Dr Younger, she was very attentive to my needs and answered all my questions. I was happy with the exam, the staff and the price. I will schedule visit for my entire family

    Di S.

    From check in to check out the whole staff did a great job making my daughter feel comfortable and taking care of her needs during her first eye exam. I highly recommend Gillette Optometric Clinic PC.

    Sarah M.

    Gillette optometric clinic was wonderful the staff was polite and professional. They use the latest technology to get a good understand og what your eyes are doing. Dr. Thompson was great he showed me the results of all of the test taken with all of that technology and explains what those results mean.

    Angella W.

    I had a great exam! The digital phoroptor was so handy! The doc showed me my old correction right next to my new correction with 1 quick flip, and it was easy to decide whether or not I need to update my glasses.

    Brandi P.


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