Jessica Stejna, O.D.
Jessica Stejna, O.D. is a full time licensed Optometrist at the New England Eye Lasik and Cataract Center, affiliated with Tufts Medical Center, located in Boston MA. She is responsible for overseeing all of the pre and post operative care of our refractive surgery patients seen in the center. Dr. Stejna works hand in hand with our board certified cornea specialists co-managing the care of patients who have undergone vision correction surgery in Boston. Having participated in the medical care of thousands of patients who have undergone LASIK, PRK, CK, ICLs and premium lens cataract surgery has enabled Dr. Stejna to become one of the most experienced Optometrist in Massachusetts specializing in vision correction alternatives. She has a talent for understanding patient desires and succeeds in pointing patients to the procedure that is best suited to their lifestyle, goals and medical needs. In addition to her refractive expertise, Dr. Stejna specializes in primary care optometry, including contact lenses, sports vision correction, dry eye management, and co-management of glaucoma and diabetic eye disease.
Jessica Stejna, O.D. earned her Bachelor Degree from Stonehill College and received her Doctor of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia. Dr. Stejna trained via externships at Boston's VA Outpatient Clinic, where she specialized in diabetic and glaucoma eye disease. She also trained via internship at The Eye Center in Philadelphia, concentrating on primary care optometry. Previous to joining refractive surgery team at The New England Eye Center, Dr. Stejna worked at Eye Health Services on the South Shore of Boston since 1998 and was the first Optometrist to join the refractive surgery department at Eye Health Services. Dr. Stejna is Massachusetts State licensed and board certified in ocular therapeutic pharmaceutical agents and is affiliated with the American Optometric Association and the Massachusetts Society of Optometry.
When she is not working, she spends quality time with her husband, kayaking, painting and volunteering in her local community. Her focus on being able to share in the excitement of helping patients achieve vision without the dependence of glasses and contact lenses shows in her dedication to her work and in her caring and compassionate nature.