Dr. Jeremy Goetsch is the owner of our practice group. He earned his OD from the Southern College of Optometry in 2009 and graduated from UW-Madison, where he majored in biochemistry.
Dr. Goetsch primarily sees patients at Pearle Vision - Mosinee, Pearle Vision - Antigo, and at our office inside Target Optical - Green Bay. He also sees patients at other locations by special appointment.
Dr. Kathryn Parsons joined our group in 2019, and is excited to be back in her home state of Wisconsin. She earned her OD at the Southern College of Optometry and received her undergraduate degree from UW - Eau Claire, where she majored in biology and Spanish.
Dr. Jill Germain earned her OD from the Illinois College of Optometry and has been practicing optometry in the Madison area since 2007. She enjoys meeting new patients and helping each patient understand and manage their eye health.
Dr. Jessica Braunel graduated from UW-Stevens Point and earned her OD from the Indiana University School of Optometry in 2020. She recently moved back to her hometown of Wausau from Indiana, and she looks forward to serving her patients and being an active member of the community.
Dr. Angela Wernow earned her OD from the UC-Berkeley School of Optometry in 2012, and is moving to Madison in early July from the Minneapolis area. She has worked in a variety of eye care practices, and enjoys helping patients with both routine and medically focused eye care needs.
Dr. Wernow sees patients in the Madison area at our office inside Target Optical - Hilldale.
Dr. Chelci Schade graduated from UW-Madison and earned her OD from the Southern College of Optometry, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with Beta Sigma Kappa Honors. She is passionate about playing a role in the prevention, diagnosis, and management of each patient's individual eye conditions.
Dr. Schade sees patients in the Madison area at Pearle Vision - Fitchburg.
Dr. Chris Smith moved to De Pere, WI after completing his degree in optometry at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI and has been practicing optometry for 20 years in Green Bay and Appleton, WI. Dr. Smith enjoys spending time with his wife and children and exploring the outdoors in the Green Bay area.
Dr. Smith sees patients at our office inside Target Optical - Green Bay.
After 42 years of practicing optometry in Central Wisconsin, Dr. Kathi Leach retired in June 2021. We thank her for her two years of service at Pearle Vision - Mosinee and for her lifetime of community service.
Dr. Goetsch and Dr. Braunel look forward to continuing to care for her patients at Pearle Vision - Mosinee.
We accept most major vision and medical insurance options as well as out-of-network benefits from many leading insurance companies.
We currently accept: EyeMed, Vision Service Plan (VSP), Davis Vision, Aetna, Humana, United Health, Optum Health-Spectra, Vision Insurance Plan of America (VIPA), Superior Vision, and many more.
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We know that if we take care of our team, they can do their best to take care of our patients. We offer competitive benefits for all employees.
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We are so pleased to be featured as the Business of the Week with the Wausau Pilot & Review! Read on to learn more about our two locations in northcentral Wisconsin - Mosinee and Antigo.
We are honored to be one of the Finalists in the Best of Marathon County contest! We work hard every day to be THE best Optometrist / Optical Center possible, and look forward to serving the Greater Wausau Area for many years to come.
Pearle Vision is pleased to announce that Dr. Jessica Bloom Braunel has joined their Northcentral Wisconsin practice locations in Mosinee and Antigo as an optometrist. She is accepting new patients at Pearle Vision - Mosinee and Pearle Vision - Antigo.
After serving the eye care needs of the people in central Wisconsin for 42 years, Dr. Kathi Leach is retiring. Her final day seeing patients is June 9, 2021.
Midline Vision is pleased to announce that they now provide eye care services inside Target Optical - Hilldale in Madison, WI. This is the group's third location in the Madison area, in addition to Pearle Vision in Fitchburg and inside Target Optical - East Madison.
Pearle Vision has been nominated as one of the Top 5 Optometrists/Optical Centers in the Best of Marathon County contest, run by the Wausau Daily Herald. Daily online voting for the #1 spot in this category is open through April 21, 2021.
Pearle Vision has again been ranked the nation’s top Eye Care franchise on Entrepreneur magazine’s prestigious Franchise 500® list. The magazine’s annual rankings are based on outstanding performance in areas such as unit growth, financial strength and stability, and brand power.
A local optometry practice is under new ownership and is getting a new name. Dr. Richard Kjome retired in September and sold Antigo Vision Clinic to Midline Vision, owned by Dr. Jeremy Goetsch. The practice is open for business and will soon change its name to Pearle Vision.
Calling all Central Wisconsin rock hunters! Find one of our prize rocks and bring it to Pearle Vision - Mosinee to redeem it for a $5 Briq's gift card.
Click the button below to read a summary of our business changes due to COVID-19 in our community.
(Mosinee, Wisc.) – Pearle Vision in Mosinee is open for business and serving the community during this extension of the Safer-at-Home order. Part of their service to the community is in the form of raising money for the Community Center of Hope, Inc.
According to a recent article from Luxottica, “Pearle Vision was ranked No.1 in the prestigious Franchise 500® 2020 list by Entrepreneur magazine for the new Eye Care category and rises through the overall ranks from No.75 (2019) to No.58 (2020).”
(Mosinee, Wisc.) – A local optometry practice is under new ownership and is getting a new name. Midline Vision, owned by Dr. Jeremy Goetsch, acquired Dr. Kathi Leach’s optometry practice in August 2019. He and his team have been working toward this transition to a Pearle Vision since then, and the practice will officially change names in just a few weeks.