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Columbian Eyecare

Columbian Eyecare

(541) 690-8959

Category: Optical Stores

1430 E McAndrews Rd
Medford,OR 97501

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  • About Columbian Eyecare

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Come to Columbian Eyecare for friendly, knowledgeable and professional treatment of eye exams and treatment. Serving Medford, Ore. and the Rogue Valley for over 50 years our goal is help to keep your eyes healthy.Whether you need a routine exam or treatment for an eye disease, our experienced doctor can help. Maybe you are tired of glasses and contacts and want to explore vision correction surgery. If so, Dr. Richard Ripper can co-manage your laser vision surgery.Services and products include:• Complete vision exams• Glaucoma and cataract evaluation• Treatment of eye injury and disease• Contact lenses• Glasses• Prescription sunglasses• Laser surgery co-managementIf you’re still wearing your glasses from five or 10 years ago, it’s time to consider a new look. Come in and select from our large selection of modern and stylish frames. We have an onsite lab so you can have your new glasses fast.We accept most vision insurances and major credit cards.Call us today to schedule an eye exam.



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