Vision Care

Our Vision Care team is committed to providing you with friendly and professional care.  Our highly trained staff is experienced with children, adults, and persons with special needs.  Patients receive courteous and respectful service in a positive atmosphere.  Translation services are available.

OOH Vision Care Team

Vision Care Services

  • Comprehensive eye examinations
  • Visual fields
  • Fundus photos
  • Glaucoma co-management
  • Contact lens fittings
  • Eye disease diagnosis and co-management
  • Diabetic and hypertensive eye exams


  • Fitting and dispensing of adult and children’s eyewear
  • Dress, safety, occupational, sun, and sports eyewear available
  • Extensive frame and lens selection available
  • We fill outside eye doctors’ spectacle and contact lens prescriptions too.  Please call for a quote.

Accepted Insurances  

  • Blue Choice
  • Blue Choice Option
  • Child Health Plus
  • Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rochester
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • MVP
  • MVP Option
  • Sliding Fee Program
  • YourCare

If your insurance is not listed, please call us to see if we can participate with your plan.

Co-pays and self-payments are due at the time of service.  If you will be unable to pay your bill that day, please contact our Billing Department at 585-637-3905 prior to the date of your appointment.  Our staff will work with you to create a payment plan that you can afford.  

Make an Appointment

(585) 637-3905 x 280

Accepting new patients from 4 years old and up! Call to book your appointment today.


  • Monday: 8am-5pm
  • Tuesday: 8am-7pm
  • Wednesday: 8am-8pm
  • Thursday: 8am-8pm
  • Friday: 8am-5pm

It’s important to your health!

Even if you are not having trouble with your vision or you don’t wear glasses or contacts, your eyes should still be checked regularly.  Your eye doctor can uncover problems before symptoms start, and help with early detection of serious health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, and certain cancers.

Vision screenings (by schools and pediatricians) should not replace a comprehensive eye examination with an eye doctor.  Regular eye exams for children can prevent a child from being misdiagnosed as having learning disabilities, when in fact they have eye problems that are often correctable.

An eye examination is like having a physical for your eyes and is recommended every two years at the minimum, sometimes more often to monitor certain conditions.  Most insurances cover routine eye care at little or no cost to you.

Doctors of Optometry provide primary eye and vision care to adults and children including diagnosis and treatment, assessment and management, patient education about disease conditions and prevention, and health maintenance.