A Letter From Your Optometrists
Meet Our Doctors
Kari Burchett, O.D.
Dr. Kari Burchett joined Eyecare Associates in 2005 after earning her Doctor of Optometry from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Pittsburg State University. Her areas of special interest include family eye care, pediatrics, ocular pathology, and contact lenses.
A native of Parsons, Kansas, Dr. Burchett enjoys living and working in the small town atmosphere of Osawatomie. Her husband, Justin, is the assistant principal and athletic director at Osawatomie High School. In their spare time, you will find them spending time with their sons, Jack and Max, or planning their next hike or summit of a state highpoint. They also enjoy snow skiing and spending time in the mountains.
Doug Herriott, O.D.
Dr. Doug Herriott has practiced and lived in Lee's Summit since 1987. Dr. Doug attended of the University of South Dakota and the Southern California College of Optometry. For seven years, he was an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He enjoys having a patient mix of both adults and children. Dr. Doug Herriott has been practicing Optometry since 1983. When Doug and his wife Kathy are not chasing their active daughters between their A to Z activities, he enjoys sailing, the outdoors and a good book.
His areas of special interest include family eye care, pediatric vision, ocular pathology and contact lenses.
Mark Herriott, O.D.
Dr. Mark Herriott has been practicing Optometry since 1986. He attended the University of South Dakota before earning his Doctor of Optometry from the Southern California College of Optometry in Fullerton, California. He enjoys a "family" approach to practice, where needs are addressed with the same care and concern given to a member of his family. His own family includes his wife Kimberly, his son Zachary, and daughter Morgan. When life requires an outside distraction, you might catch him building a model airplane, or sampling a new wood in the smoker.