Sherrie Teddy, OD
Dr. Sherrie Teddy (Ted-ee) is a certified optometrist who has been diligently serving the New Port Richey area since 1983. Her passion for helping others led her to become the president of Volunteer Optometric Service to Humanity at IU, and she now offers free eye care services to those in need through the Pasco County school system.
Dr. Teddy’s Experience
Dr. Teddy worked at St. Luke’s Eye Clinic after graduating with a bachelor’s degree and a Doctor of Optometry from Indiana University before establishing her own practice. She is known for her work with the legally blind and for her remarkable achievements with contact lenses, including bifocal, astigmatism, and other complex cases.
- Low vision care
- Comprehensive eye exams
- Eye disease management and treatment
- Past President of the Central Suncoast Optometric Association
- Past President of the Lighthouse for the Visually Impaired
- Served on the Calusa Business and Professional Women’s Association
- Member of the American Optometric Association
- Member of the Florida Optometric Association
- Serves on the Community Service Council, working closely with the Division of Blind Services
Get to Know Dr. Teddy
When she isn’t serving her patients and community, Dr. Teddy loves spending time with her husband, Greg, their two beautiful daughters, and their many dogs. She also enjoys making renovations to her 90-year-old house with her family.