We’ve been providing eye care for you, your family and friends in the greater Kenosha area for over 30 years. We pride ourselves on carefully listening to your needs and performing a comprehensive, thorough exam where you won’t feel rushed. Our goal is to exceed your expectations, earn your trust and hope you return for your eye care for years to come.
We offer a variety of eye care exams, services and products to help with any need you may have (for more details, visit our Products & Services page). Dr. Pete Emer has over 30 years of experience, while our office manager Jan has been working with patients for 50 years! Dr. Pete’s son, Dr. Ben Emer, joined the practice in 2016. Our office administrator Lisa has over fifteen years of experience doing it all in the front office, from helping patients select and fit frames to billing, coding and insurance.
We care about our patients and the community we live in! Dr. Emer is active in the community and volunteers often, performing exams at no charge to Kenosha’s underprivileged population, staying active in the Lions Club and Kiwanis Club, and leading mission trips to the Dominican Republic.
We have a new office location!
- We consolidated our two smaller office locations into one larger building at 6300-76th St. Suite 100
- We have newer diagnostic technology that is used to manage and treat a variety of ocular conditions and disease, making it even more convenient for you to be provided with comprehensive medical eye care in one place!
- We kept our two phone numbers: 262-654-6005 and 262-652-1689
- Fax: 262-654-5989
If you have any questions or would like to contact us, call at the numbers above, email at email@example.com or visit the Contact page on our website. You can also find us on facebook at Emer Eye Care.
Testimonials – click the links below!
Google business pages currently being merged into one:
Google Business page for our Roosevelt Road office
Google Business page for our 75th Street office
facebook page – Emer Eye Care
Emer Eye Care employs a $30 fee for patients who do not show up for exams without giving at least 24 hour notice.