Are you Looking for an Eye Doctor in Fort Lauderdale?
We have two board certified ophthalmologists and a board certified optometric physician
- George A. Fournier, MD the founder of Ft. Lauderdale Eye Associates, Harvard and John Hopkins trained.
- Richard S. Kalski, MD our renowned and highly skilled cataract and LASIK surgeon.
- Carla Paris Teich, OD our optometric physician is dedicated to providing the best possible eye care to each patient during their comprehensive eye exam or contact lens fitting.
Upon arriving in our office, you will be greeted with a smile by our dedicated administrative staff members who will make sure your appointments and insurance concerns are taken care of.
Our certified technical staff are highly trained in all aspects of your ophthalmic care. They are here not only to assist in the testing procedures but to guide you through your experience and answer any of your questions.
Multiple languages are spoken in office, including Spanish, Creole, English, French and Russian. Best of all, we are just minutes away from Boca Raton and Pompano Beach.
Ft Lauderdale’s Leading Eye Doctor
We are a full service ophthalmology and optometric practice where listening to patient concerns and discussing all treatment options are our priority. We serve our neighbors in Fort Lauderdale, Oakland Park, Pompano Beach and Boca Raton.
Our services include: comprehensive eye exams, sophisticated eye surgery and contact lens fittings. We also carry a large selection of fashionable eyewear and are able to cut and edge your prescription lenses right on the premises.
Our state of the art technology makes even the most difficult cases easier to diagnose.
For our patient’s convenience, we offer some prescription eye drops in our eye care pharmacy. Often these are at a considerable savings from normal retail pharmacies.
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