Wellness Check

Is your vision blurry? Are you struggling to read things at near or far distances? Do you simply need to update your contact lens prescription? Dr. Foreman and her team perform comprehensive routine eye exams to help you see more clearly and to screen for eye disease.

Advanced Technology

The field of ophthalmology is ever growing and changing. Dr. Foreman's office well-equipped  with the latest technology to help in the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases including cataracts and glaucoma.

Excellent Cataract Treatment

Performing surgeries at one of the newest operating theaters in Lafayette, Oil Center Surgical Plaza, Dr. Foreman works with a team of nurses and care specialists that are dedicated primarily to the field of eye care. At this facility, multiple eye care professionals perform surgeries from the retina to the cornea. With this in mind, you can feel safe that you are being cared for by the most qualified team around. 

For Emergencies or Post-Op Questions After Hours


If you are having an ocular emergency or if you’ve just had surgery and are having some complications outside of our normal business hours, please call our main office line and the call center will connect you to Dr. Foreman.


Dr. Foreman is currently accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, please call our office line between our normal business hours. If you are a new patient to the office, please scroll down to the “Portal” section down below and fill out your office paperwork in advance through our EMR Patient Portal.

Office hours
Mon - Thurs8:00 - 5:00
Fri8:00 - 12:00
Sat - SunClosed

The best care for Glaucoma

Dr. Julie Foreman

Dr. Foreman is a specialist in treating glaucoma and cataracts. Performing surgical implants of valves, shunts, and doing laser treatments for nearly 10 years, Dr. Foreman is leading the way in Lafayette to the prevention of vision loss from glaucoma. Equipped with modern technology, you will be diagnosed and monitored with the greatest of care. 

  • Glaucoma diagnosis and management
  • Cataract treatment
  • Routine eye exams for glasses/contacts/wellness
Click here to fill out your "New Patient" information and upload it to your patient file on our portal. By clicking this link, you will be redirected to our electronic patient software.
Download your forms to print and bring with you on your appointment date.

Make an appointment

Get in touch by email or phone to make your appointment today. 

337-541-1700 info@julieforemanmd.com


  • I have worked with Dr. Foreman for some time now. She is an incredibly skilled and caring physician. Often coming in after hours or on weekends to settle nervous concerns, Dr. Foreman is consistently putting her patients first.

    Max Bourque


Can I diagnose myself with glaucoma?

No. Glaucoma is the silent thief of site. It is a disease process that often takes many years to cause noticeable damage. Once that damage is done, however, it is permanent. Glaucoma is most commonly caused by high eye pressure. There is no way to measure pressure without equipment found in an eye doctors office. It is not related to blood pressure and the average human cannot simply touch the eye and tell if pressure is elevated to an unhealthy level. If you are worried about having glaucoma, please schedule an appointment with your eye doctor immediately.

Are drops the only solution for glaucoma?

There are many ways to treat glaucoma. There are non-invasive laser procedures, surgical implants, and medications administered through drops or by mouth. Not every patient is a candidate for all of these options. A visit to Dr. Foreman or another glaucoma specialist will determine what your best treatment options are.

People in my family have cataracts, should I be worried?

Cataracts are a normal aging change of humans, not a hereditary disease from your family. Eventually, every persons lens will become cloudy. This is easily treated by an outpatient surgery to remove the cloudy lens and replace it with a new, clear one. This new implant is chosen based on your need for correction in glasses. After the surgery, you will most likely not need anything but reading glasses. There are different topics to discuss with this, but overall, cataract removal is a mild experience for most people. Schedule a visit with your local optometrist/ophthalmologist to learn more.