As a family-owned and operated optometry clinic, we are proud to serve the Grande Prairie and Peace region with exceptional eye care services, community-minded patient care, and a commitment to innovation in optometry. Our fully licensed practice offers a full range of eye care solutions, exams, and services, plus a wide range of quality frames for all budgets.
Our Grande Prairie Eye Care team puts you and your family’s visual health first. We empower all of our patients with best in class education so that everyone can feel confident in the eye care products, and services they choose. Our team consists of licensed optometrists with international experience, registered opticians, student opticians, and registered optometric assistants. We commit to furthering our professional education regularly so that we can serve our patients with the highest quality of eye care.
We are here to serve you, and we are honoured to be in a position where we can help our local community.
Our experienced team can perform a variety of exam services like routine children’s eye exams, adult and senior exams, or diabetic eye exams. We also specialize in eye disease diagnosis, management, and care, along with specialty eye exam services.
Our commitment to innovation means we are always on the lookout for the latest in eyewear trends, the hottest brands, and the most reliable names in lenses and frames.
Shop designer frames with lenses and get more for less! Enjoy extended warranty, free repairs, adjustments, and a free cleaning set with each purchase.
A comprehensive eye exam is a key part of taking care of your overall physical health. The benefits of routine eye exams include improved vision health, sure, but come with a myriad of other benefits. An annual comprehensive eye exam is important for all ages as well: from kids, teens, adults, and seniors, each age group can benefit from optometry visits.
There is a common phrase thrown around Alberta in winter: “It’s a different kind of cold. It is a dry cold.” Our dry winter weather in Grande Prairie (and the rest of the prairies) takes a toll on our physical wellbeing in general. More specifically, it can have a negative effect on our eye health and wellbeing.
Who do you see for your valued vision care? It might be an optician or an optometrist; and for your next comprehensive eye exam, you’re likely to see both. There are key differences between each vision care professional, and these will affect the type of care they provide. What is an Optician?
Get reliable answers to your eye health questions from our knowledgeable and experienced optometry team.