Family owned for over 10 years!

Dr. Steve T. Bussa, O.D.

President and CEO

Dr. Bussa is originally from Northern Nevada where he completed his undergraduate education in Toxicology/Pharmacology. During his time attending undergrad, he was also the Senior Supervisor in the Ocular Research Program at Charles River Inc. focusing in ocular research. After five years as the lead researcher in the ocular research program, he decided to shift to a more clinical side of the eyes.

Dr. Bussa started his Doctorate training in 2004 at the Nova Southeastern College of Optometry in Fort Lauderdale FL. During his training in medical and surgical treatment of eye disorders,  he took an interest in the business side of Optometry and is the founder of the Nova Optometric Practice Management Association (NOPMA).

Dr. Bussa graduated at the top of his class and still continues to lecture to fellow doctors and students today.  He is a member of the American Optometric Association, Florida Optometric Association, Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County Optometric Associations.
Dr. Bussa purchased Premier Eye Center in 2010. This practice has quickly changed into one of the highest end optical boutiques in the area. In addition, it has the most robust clinic with the most advanced diagnostic equipment in south Florida.

Two more locations were added in 2013, one in Boca Raton, FL and the other in West Palm Beach FL.
Dr. Bussa and his wife Dr. Alexandra Kehoe practice together between the offices .  In their free time the Dr’s enjoys all the wonderful outdoor activities South Florida has to offer with the company mascot………Manni, the 8 pound Maltese.

Dr. Alexandra Kehoe, O.D.

Dr. Kehoe is originally from central Illinois and relocated to Southeast Florida in 2006, in order to attend optometry school at Nova Southeastern University. She completed her externship rotations during school specializing in ocular disease diagnosis and diabetes treatment and management. She also completed a rotation focusing in specialty contact lens fitting and primary eye care. With her knowledge in both medical and vision conditions, she welcomes patients of all ages and loves fitting contact lenses and glasses, even for those who thought they could never wear them.

Dr. Kehoe is involved locally in the Broward and Palm Beach County American Optometric Associations, state wide in the Florida Optometric Association, and nationally with the American Optometric Association. She is also still connected with her alum, Nova Southeastern University, and performs lectures throughout the year to students. She educates them on the opportunities in the industries and how to provide optimal patient care.

When not seeing patients, she loves spending time with her friends and family, traveling back to Illinois, playing golf, and going to the beach. Her son, Jack, always keeps the family smiling and busy and Dr. Kehoe loves talking walks with her four legged furry child, Sammy.

Dr. Brice Hsu

Dr. Brice Hsu is originally from a small town in Georgia. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology at the University of Georgia. and his doctorate degree in Optometry at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Afterwards, he completed a residency in Primary care with emphasis in ocular disease at Nova Southeastern University. His aim is to provide comprehensive and medical eye care to all ages.

Outside the office, Dr. Brice Hsu enjoys spending time with family, playing video games, and outdoor sports.

Dr. Miriam Farag FAAO

Dr. Farag is originally from sunny south Florida. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Biology from Florida Atlantic University. Prior to her joining our team, she held a position as aclinical faculty member at Nova Southeastern University’s College of Optometry teaching students, and has been inmedical practices for over a decade. Dr. Farag also practiced full scope Optometry including diagnosis and treatment of various medical conditions of the eye at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, ranked the number one Eye Institute in the country. She has also published and presented multiple posters at the American Academy of Optometry and South Eastern Congress of Optometry meetings.
Dr. Farag received her Doctor of Optometry degree from NovaSoutheastern University College of Optometry in 2005, and in 2006 completed a residency in Acquired Brain Injury/ Vision Rehabilitation and Pediatrics at the State University of New York University Optometric Center. In 2009, she received herFellowship at the American Academy of Optometry. She has a strong passion for working with patients with binocular visual deficits and visual processing disorders.
Dr. Farag has lectured on acquired brain injury visual deficits and neuro-optometric rehabilitation in Beijing , China, New York, and various continuing education courses in Florida. Dr. Farag is currently a member of the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Farag’s personal interests include spending time with friends, family and her two young children as well as her fury baby Remy. She also enjoys traveling, learning about andexperiencing different cultures, wine tasting, horseback riding, and the beach.