Meet the Doctors and Staff

  • Dr.
    Roger P. Neal
    O.D., P.A.

    Dr. Roger Neal joined The Family Eye Clinic in 1987. He graduated from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 1985 after obtaining his BS. degree from UALR.

    His training included primary care optometry, pathology, glaucoma management, emergency care and a special emphasis in pediatric eye care. His general practice of optometry includes treating and managing glaucoma, diabetes, cataracts, lasik and other refractive surgeries. Dr. Neal works closely with several cataract, retinal and refractive surgeons to ensure the best outcomes. Dr. Neal is a member of the American Optometric Association, and the Arkansas Optometric Association.

  • Kristin Law
    O.D.

    Dr. Law was born and raised in North Little Rock and graduated from North Little Rock High School. She earned her BS in biochehemistry from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and obtained her doctorate at the University of the incarnate Word Rosenberg School Of Optometry. Following optometry school, Dr. Law completed a primary care/ocular disease residency at Veterans Healthcare System of the Ozarks.

    Dr. Law met her husband, Dr. Chase Law, during their time at the University of Arkansas. They were fortunate enough to attend optometry school together and graduate side by side. The couple loves to cheer on the Hogs, travel together, and spend time with family and their two cats.

    Getting to know so many people in the community and being able to help them with all their visual needs is why Dr. Law chose to become and optometrist. In addition to primary eye care and managing diseases of the eye, her clinical interests include pediatrics, contact lens, binocular vision, and dry eye. Dr. Law is a current member of the Arkansas Optometric Association, the American Optometric Association, and the American Academy of Optometry.

  • Marcus "Chase"
    Law O.D.

    Dr. Chase is so excited to be the newest member of Family Eye Clinic! Dr. Chase is from Charleston, Arkansas and is married to Dr. Kristin Law. He graduated from University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry, where he earned numerous clinical excellence awards. He completed a residency at the Fayetteville VA Hospital and joined Family Eye Clinic in 2018.

  • Bryant Ashley O.D.

     Dr. Bryant Ashley,Jr is a North Little Rock native. He graduated from North Little Rock Ole Main High School in 1974 then he went onto graduate from the Univeristy of Central Arkansas in 1980 with a Bachelor of science. Dr. Ashley graduated from Southern College of optometry in Memphis, TN with a Doctor of Optometry degree in 1984 and began seeing patients in a private practice setting. 

    Dr. Ashely is a member of the North Little Rock Lions Club which helps support the Arkansas enterprise for the blind. he is a member of the Arkansas Optometric Association, on which he served as President in 1998 and was selected Optometrist of the Year in 2006. Dr. Ashley is also a member and supports the American Optometric Association.

    Dr. Ashley is very thankful for the opportunity to serve his patients, sometimes third and fourth generations of the same family. 

  • Jamie
    Office Manager- Sherwood

    With over 10 years experience, Jamie is knowledgeable in every aspect of both the clinical and optical settings. Not only can she answer any of your questions about both medical and vision benefits, she would more than be happy to help our patients find the perfect pair of glasses that best fits their personality. 

  • Jessica
    Office Manager- Landmark

    Worked in both optical and clinical setting for optometry for over 7 years. Has lived in the Landmark community for over 27 years.  She is knowledgeable in both medical and vision benefits to help our patients the best way possible. She also loves helping patients find the perfect pair of glasses to fit their style and prescription needs.  

  • Billie
    Office Manager- Levy

    Having worked in both Optical and Clinical settings for Optometry and Ophthalmology for over 15 years, Billie can assist you with both questions on both medical or vision insurance along with helping you find the perfect pair of spectacles. 

  • Kimberly
    Insurance Specialist

    Kimberly specializes in filing your insurance. In addition to that she will help you get checked in upon arrival and answer any questions you have about your vision or medical insurance. She is there to help with anything you may need. Kimberly specializes in filing your insurance.

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Sherwood Office

Monday:

7:00 am

5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am

5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am

5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:00am

5:30pm

Friday:

7:00 am

5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Little Rock Office

Monday:

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

North Little Rock Office

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "Everyone is so friendly and very helpful. The doctor was absolutely great. Super nice and informative!"
    Lauren P.

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