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Welcome to Baker Vision Clinic
Your Optometrist in Baker City, OR

Call us at (541) 523-5858 today.

Located in the heart of historic Baker City, this state-of-the-art practice has been the leader of optometric services and optical products in the community for over thirty years.  Drs. Blankenship, Elms and Mitchell are all long-time residents of Baker County and have a true love for eastern Oregon and its people.

A visitor to Baker Vision Clinic will be met with a prompt and warm welcome. At check in we'll offer you a cold bottle of water and a comfortably cool reception area on a hot summer day, or a hot cup of locally roasted coffee and a seat by the fire on a blustery winter day.  Once we get to know you, you're part of the family and our staff may ask how the kids are doing, or how your elk hunt went this fall.

As members of the community our doctors and many of our staff members are active in community service organizations, school PTA's, youth sports activities, hunting, fishing, hiking, skiing and more.  The doctors and staff are invested in our community and the visual health of our patients.  Small town doesn't mean a compromise in quality vision care.  We are committed to providing the best vision care possible all within the relaxed, yet professional atmosphere of our practice.

Welcome to Baker Vision Clinic!

Dr. Sheryl Blankenship, Dr. Leslie Elms and Dr. Logan Mitchell
 | Baker Vision Clinic | (541) 523-5858

2150 3rd Street
Baker City, OR 97814 2609

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Hours of Operation

*On Wednesdays, we are closed from 12pm -1pm

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Great staff and awesome doctors! I would recommend sending your children here. Also the place to go for adults. If you want your eye care needs met correctly, check out Baker Vision Clinic. There's nowhere else to go!"
    Meaghan C. - Baker City, OR

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