About Us

The doctors at Baker Vision Clinic are certified in the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases such as glaucoma and macular degeneration. They also provide surgical co-management services with the finest surgeons in the Pacific Northwest. Co-management services include cataract surgery, refractive surgery (LASIK) and retinal surgery. Our skilled optometric physicians also provide treatment of eye infections and eye injuries including flash burn, foreign body removal, and eye abrasions. We also offer comprehensive diabetic eye exams. Diabetes is the leading cause of preventable vision loss in the United States. In order to help prevent diabetic eye damage all diabetic patients should have a yearly dilated eye exam.

Our optometric technicians provide a wide assortment of special testing which aide the doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of many eye diseases and disorders. Our technicians are not only top notch at what they do, but more importantly they truly care about our patients.

Baker Vision Clinic provides services and materials for a wide range of contact lenses including 30-day continuous wear, daily disposable lenses, bifocal contacts and contacts for astigmatism correction. Contacts can be ordered from the convenience of your home by visiting our shopping link located at the top of the page.

Our optical dispensary has a large selection of high quality fashion and designer eyewear, and skilled board certified Opticians to assist you with the frame styling. The optical staff is highly trained in the greatest advancement in lens technologies, including progressive lens designs, thinner and lighter lens materials, photochromic lenses, anti-reflective treatments, sunglasses and more.

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*Monday-Thursday, we are closed from 12pm -1pm


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8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


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