Burns-LeGros, Dr. Denise

2420 S Babcock St
Melbourne, FL 32901
(321) 752-0100
brevardvisioncare.com/doctors/#dimmick
Contact: Burns-LeGros, Denise
Business Description: Dr. Burns-LeGros was born in Westerly, Rhode Island. When she was only 5 months old, her family moved to Indialantic, Florida and she has been a Florida native ever since. She attended Indialantic Elementary, Hoover Junior High, and Melbourne High School before moving to Orlando to obtain her undergraduate degree at the University of Central Florida. While at UCF, she was part of the Honors College and LEAD Scholars Program. She then moved to Fort Lauderdale where she obtained her Doctor of Optometry degree from Nova Southeastern University and was president of her class. There are 6 doctors at this site.
In Business Since: 2005
On Angie's List Since: 2/23/2011
Office Hours: Mon-Sat 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Cities Served: Barefoot Bay | Bayside | Cape Canaveral | Cocoa | Cocoa Beach | Eau Gallie | Fellsmere | Florida Inst. Of Tech. | Grant | Indialantic | Kennedy Space Center | Malabar | Melbourne - Downtown | Melbourne Beach | Merritt Island | Mims | Palm Bay - Downtown | Patrick Air Force Base | Port St John | Rockledge | Satellite Beach | Scottsmoor | Sebastian | Titusville | Vero Beach | Viera | West Melbourne
 
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