“We consider ourselves blessed to be able to do something we enjoy and improve our patients’ quality of life at the same time. Cary Family Eye Care is not a chain; it is a family practice in every way. We are absolutely committed to providing state of the art eye care.”


Dr. Dwight Barnes, O.D., FIAOMC, IACMM, Visionary

Dr. Dwight Barnes is originally from Wilson, NC. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He then attended Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2002.

While in optometry school, he participated in a medical mission trip to Costa Rica where he provided eye examinations and glasses to an underserved population.

Dr. Barnes completed a residency in primary care optometry and ocular disease at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Boston, MA.

In addition to routine vision care, Dr. Barnes has a passion for myopia control and orthokeratology. He is certified in ortho-k treatment using several different products. Dr. Barnes has been awarded fellowship in the International Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control (FIAOMC). This is the highest level of certification for experts in Myopia Control. He is currently the only fellow of this academy in the Triangle and one of only 124 in the world. He is the director of Cary Family Eye Care’s Myopia Control Clinic. Dr. Barnes has published multiple articles on myopia control and lectures nationally on this topic.

Dr. Barnes enjoys traveling with his family and is an avid runner. You can often see him on Saturday mornings out on the American Tobacco Trail. He is a member of 519 Church. He often can be caught singing in his office, he quotes The Office or Star Wars frequently, and he makes a mean chili.

“Our impact on patients’ lives is tangible. We rely so much on our vision in all aspects of our lives, and we have the opportunity every day to improve our patients’ quality of life.”


Dr. Kelly Barnes, O.D.

Dr. Kelly Barnes is originally from Reading, Pa. She is also a graduate of Southern College in Memphis, TN with a Doctor of Optometry degree. While in optometry school, she participated in a medical mission trip to Costa Rica where she provided eye examinations and glasses to an underserved population. Prior to that, she earned her Bachelor of Science in both Biology and Spanish from University of Scranton in Scranton, PA.

While in college she participated in a semester abroad program in Segovia, Spain.

Dr. Barnes completed her residency training at Dimock Community Health Center in Roxbury, MA. Dr. Barnes is currently accepting English and Spanish-speaking new patients.

Drs. Dwight and Kelly Barnes reside in Cary with their two children. Their son, Nathan, was born in 2006, and their daughter, Ella, was born in 2009. Dr. Kelly loves to read and travel in her free time. When asked what she loves most about optometry she said, “I really enjoy taking care of my patients. We opened our doors in 2008 and have been happily serving members of our surrounding communities ever since. It always amazes me to see their families grow and change. It is so rewarding to be able to offer solutions for most of my patient’s problems. It never gets old seeing a child start smiling behind the phoropter when they see what the world is supposed to look like.”


Dr. Logan Lineberry, O.D.


Born and raised in Cary, NC, Dr. Logan Lineberry received her Undergraduate Degree from NC State in Raleigh, NC majoring in Human Biology with a minor in Business Administration. She then attended The Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN where she earned multiple awards including the Outstanding Clinician Award and the Dr. Alicia A. Groce Scholarship for her excellence in the field of Neuro-Rehabilitation. Dr. Logan went on to complete a Residency in Vision Rehabilitation, Pediatric Optometry, and Neuro Optometry at Northwest Eye Care Professionals in Portland, OR. She is currently pursuing her fellowship through the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.

Dr. Logan has a passion for seeing kids and guiding them to achieve their full potential visually. She understands the unique challenges of working with children and has honed her skills in making eye exams engaging and stress-free. Her ability to connect with both children and their parents has earned her a reputation as a compassionate and knowledgeable practitioner. During her residency she was a vision therapist seeing a wide variety of patients from kids with learning related visual problems and eye turns to brain injury patients. Outside of clinic care, Dr. Logan is actively involved in community outreach and education. She regularly collaborates with local schools to provide vision screenings and informational sessions for parents and teachers. Her goal is to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and treatment of childhood eye issues.

Outside of work Dr. Logan enjoys yoga, mountain biking, hiking, being at the beach, cooking and being with her family and friends. She loves all things NC State and cheering on the Wolfpack.

“Vision is all about how we direct action and derive meaning. My goal is to help you achieve those meaningful life experiences through vision.”


Dr. Rachel Kormos, O.D., IACMM


Dr. Rachel Kormos grew up on the farm in Port Dover. She received her Bachelor of Medical Science degree from the University of Western Ontario and her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2018 from the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA. Dr. Kormos completed clinical internships at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, Boston Medical Center, Worcester Veterans Hospital, and Lynn Community Health Center in Boston, experiences that offered exposure to detection and management of a wide range of ocular diseases.

In her spare time, Rachel likes to balance out her love of baking by staying active and enjoys hiking, yoga, mountain biking, and traveling. She is always looking for her next great adventure. Rachel combined her passion for optometry and travel by participating as a team member providing eye care in Nicaragua.

As a child Rachel couldn’t wait for her yearly eye exam and chance to learn about her eyes and pick out fancy new glasses. It is her mission to make patients as excited about their next eye exam as she was.