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  • Just in general, I've had pretty good luck with them. They were very good and very thorough. I've been pretty happy with them. They were very efficient and I got a feeling that the ophthalmologist had a lot of experience. He looks at my eye and goes, "Oh, I know what that is. This is what you need to take." I got the medication. Actually, I'm still taking the medication. It's taking a while to go away. But, I just felt particularly good.
    - Larry P.
  • The doctor was thorough in examining my eyes for medical issues but I was very surprised that a technician did the actual testing for eyeglasses and wrote the prescription with the doctor's name on it, which he never reviewed.  I left and ordered eyeglasses at a different place with the prescription I was given since their boutique was rather pricey. When my new progressive glasses came in, I couldn't read street signs, including the Stop sign!  I phoned Provider name locked. who tried to blame the place where I had my glasses made since I didn't use their boutique.  They scheduled me for a new appoinment. A different technician did the exam and said that the prescription I was initially given was weaker than my old glasses. She gave me a new prescription which I had filed and they turned out to be too strong.  I called Provider name locked. back and asked to see a licensed professional in order to get a correct prescription.  They told me you don't have to be licensed in the State of Florida to prescribe eyeglasses.  (If that's the case, why is the <Provider name locked. >doctor'sProvider name locked. > signature on the prescription and not the technician's?)   I met with a Supervisor who was very nice, took a lot of time with me and proceeded to give me a new prescription.  Thinking three times the charm, I had the prescription filled.  These glasses were even stronger and made me too dizzy to wear them.  I phoned my insurance company and convinced them to let me go elsewhere.  The Optometrist I ended up going to, did a great job, prescribed the <Provider name locked. >rightProvider name locked. > balance between distance and reading and I finally have eyeglasses that I can see and read with!

    If you need eyeglasses, especially with progressive lens, stay away from Provider name locked. and go to an Optometrist who actually does the exam.  You'll save lots of time and money!
    - PHYLLIS C.
  • I was able to get in right away.  The office staff wasn't always courteous, but they were generally professional.  The doctor was very punctual.  The billing and administration is a major failure.  They are kind of a wreck.
    - Amanda W.
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