Illinois Eye Center

Optometry

What is an optometrist?

Optometrists are doctors of optometry (OD) who provide primary vision care.  Though they are not medical doctors, they are well-educated to provide services such as vision testing and correction.  Additionally, they are skilled in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of vision changes.  In Illinois, optometrists may prescribe medication for certain eye diseases.  

The team at Illinois Eye Center includes knowledgeable optometrists who work closely with our ophthalmologists to provide complete vision care for our patients.

Care provided by our optometrists includes:

  • Management of non-surgical conditions (such as dry eye disease, conjunctivitis, diabetic eye exams, corneal scratches, foreign body sensation in the eye, etc.)
  • Management of refractive errors (astigmatism, diplopia, myopia, presbyopia, etc.)
  • Prescribing and fitting of any ophthalmic lenses including contact lenses
  • Prescribing eyeglasses
  • Routine eye exams
  • Urgent, same-day eye exams

Labor Day Holiday Hours

Saturday 9/3/2022 – Peoria Office open by appointment only (Pekin & Washington are always closed on Saturdays)

Monday 9/5/2022 – All offices closed

Road Work Detour

Due to road work at the intersection of Wood Sage Road and Rt. 91, those visiting our Peoria office will access our building via a short detour. The detour route will enter the OSF Center for Health campus to the south of Wood Sage Road and follow the detour signs. The city expects this road work to start on Wednesday 8/10 and will last no longer than this week.

4th of July Holiday Hours

Saturday 7/2 – Peoria Office by Appointment Only
All Other Offices Closed

Monday 7/4 – All Offices Closed