Jean R. Hausheer, MD, FACS
Dr. Hausheer practices comprehensive cataract and refractive eye care in Lawton Oklahoma with a predominantly native American, military, and rural patient base as Clinical Professor Dept of Ophthalmology, with the Dean McGee Eye Institute, affiliated with the University of Oklahoma. She also works as Adjunct Clinical Professor of Rural Health with Oklahoma State University Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine residency programs in Lawton.
She obtained her medical degree from the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine, and Internship and Ophthalmology residency training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. Prior to coming to Oklahoma in 2012, Dr. Hausheer was ophthalmology residency program director at the UMKC Department of Ophthalmology where she achieved the academic rank of Professor. She has served as Executive Editor of the Second and Third Editions of the AAO Basic Techniques in Ophthalmic Surgery textbooks, and in 2018 completed a Master Certificate in Healthcare Management.
She is past president of both the Missouri Society of Ophthalmological Surgeons and the Oklahoma Academy of Ophthalmology. Dr. Hausheer is past president of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, and for two years has served on the Oklahoma Opioid Overdose Fatality Review Commission as appointed by the Oklahoma Attorney General. She is current president of the Great Plains County Medical Society and has served on the Hearts That Care free medical clinic board of directors in Lawton since 2013. Publishing this coming summer, Hausheer has co-authored a book chapter on Ocular Conditions and the Endocannabinoid System for the medical textbook, “Cannabis in Medicine: An Evidence-Based Approach.”
Currently Dr. Hausheer serves on the Oklahoma Health Care Authority as board member, and chairs Administrative Rules and serves on Pharmacy Advisory Committees to the board.
Since 1994, Dr. Hausheer has served as Oral Board Examiner to the ABO and has also served as written and oral exam writer over the years. Since April 2020, Dr Hausheer has led the Healthier Oklahoma Coalition COVID 19 Task Force which includes leadership from Oklahoma Hospital Association, Oklahoma State Medical Association, Oklahoma Osteopathic Association, Oklahoma Nurses Association, Oklahoma Academy of Pediatrics, and Oklahoma Academy of Family Medicine. Since early December 2020 she has led statewide weekly hour-long press conferences on COVID 19, which are directed towards the public.