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Welcome to Your Lewis County Optometrist

Lewis County Eye & Vision

Give us a call at (360) 748-9228!

Lewis County Eye & Vision is a full-service optometrist practice that offers a whole lot more than eye exams! Your Lewis County Eye & Vision eye doctor is here to meet all of your vision needs, from prescription glasses and sunglasses to treatment and management of glaucoma and other eye disorders. Our optometrists on staff, Dr. John Stoddard and Dr. Robert Burrows, are fully trained in the most up-to-date practices and treatments and are here to take care of all of your eye care needs.

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What is a Full-Service Optometrist?

A full-service optometrist provides comprehensive eye care in addition to eye exams and prescribing corrective lenses.

• Lewis County Eye & Vision offers frames for all budgets, to functional options to the latest in designer trends.

• We are your full-service eye doctor and performing eye exams is just the beginning of how we care for the vision needs of our patients.

• Our eye doctors manage and treat all eye disease diagnoses including glaucoma and injuries to the eye. Upon diagnosis, we will work up a comprehensive treatment and management plan to treat the condition.

• The office staff at Lewis County Eye & Vision is second to none. Our offices are located at 1179 South Market Boulevard in Chehalis. We look forward to caring for the vision needs of you and your entire family!

Lewis County Eye & Vision Cares for Our Patients

At Lewis County Eye & Vision, our patients are our first priority. We believe that compassion and courtesy should accompany any interaction, and our staff is dedicated to meeting the needs of our patients. In addition to treating our patients in the manner they deserve, our commitment to excellence does not end there. Our staff is up to date with all continuing education requirements and we believe in staying up to date on the latest technology and improvements in the vision field. It is important that we provide our patients with the best care available.

Meet Our Lewis County Optometrist at Lewis County Eye & Vision for Your Eye Care Needs

It would be our privilege to serve the eye care needs of you and your family, and we welcome the opportunity to provide excellent eye care to you. Our eye doctors are here to provide your annual eye exam as well as treat any eye condition or injury. We understand how precious good vision is and we are here to meet all of your eye care needs. If you are in the Chehalis area and are in need of a family eye doctor, we are here for you.

Give us a call today at (360) 748-9228 to set up an appointment and create an effective health plan for your family's eye care.

Dr. John Stoddard
Lewis County Optometrist | Lewis County Eye & Vision | (360) 748-9228
1179 S Market Blvd
Chehalis, WA 98532

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    John Stoddard
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    Dr. Stoddard is an optometrist in Chehalis providing complete eye care services for the surrounding communities.
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Location

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Hours of Operaton

Chehalis Office

Monday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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