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Hours

(Sturgis Office's Hours Vary - please call the office for more information)

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

Meet The Doctors

  • Dr.
    Joseph P. Holicki
    D.O

    Dr. Joseph P. Holicki, D.O. is a board certified Ophthalmologist and is founder of Holicki Eye Centers, Established in 1994. He is originally from Flint, MI but chose to relocate to the town of Coldwater over 20 years ago to raise his family and open his practice. Dr. Holicki has many interests. He lectures often, earned a patent for his invention of the 'eye-to-eye wheelchair lift', is currently working on a book, and is often seen around town performing on the drums with his band...But most of his patients know him as the 'doctor in cowboy boots'.  To serve the communities better, he also opened practices in Sturgis, MI and Angola. IN. 

  • Dr.
    Emily Emerson
    O.D

    Dr. Emily Emerson O.D. is passionate about providing vision and medical eye care to patients of all ages. She participated in three international trips with Volunteer of Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH) to provide eye care to impoverished areas in the West Indies and South America. She has also volunteered at the Opening Eyes program for Michigan Special Olympics.  Dr. Emerson earned her Bachelor of Biology degree from Ferris State University and then attended the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University.

  • DR. BRITTANY HOOLSEMA O.D.

    Dr. Brittany Hoolsema has recently been added to the team at Holicki Eye Center and is excited to join in providing exceptional eye care to the people in our communities of Coldwater, MI and Angola, IN. She grew up in the Eastern Upper Peninsula and moved downstate when she began her studies at Calvin College. She earned her Bachelor's in Biology with a minor in Spanish before going on to attend the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University. She completed a residency in Primary Care and Ocular Disease at the VA hospital in Fort Wayne, IN and is happy to be back in her home state. She is a member of the American and Michigan Optometric Associations. She provides adult, pediatric and contact lens exams while specializing in primary care and ocular disease.

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I Have been coming to Holicki Eye Ceners for two years and recently had cataract surgery. All the staff who saw me were considerate and friendly, What stads out most of the care they provided was that Dr. Holicki prayed before surgery."
    Blaine - Angola, Indiana

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