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Marble Valley Eye Care

The eye care specialists at Marble Valley Eye Care offer top-notch, comprehensive eye care to people of all ages – from children to seniors – in a warm and caring environment. Whether you need a routine eye screening or are managing a chronic condition, our board-certified ophthalmologist and expert staff will help you maintain optimal eye health.

Our services include:

  • Vision testing
  • Eyeglass prescriptions
  • Routine eye screenings
  • Diagnostic testing for conditions such as glaucoma and cataracts
  • Glaucoma treatment
  • Diagnosis and treatment of pediatric eye conditions including “lazy eye” and tear duct obstruction
  • Treatment of eye infections and inflammation
  • Laser surgery for glaucoma
  • State of the art surgery for cataract
  • Medical management for patients with retinal disease
  • Medical management for patients with diabetic eye conditions

As part of the Rutland Regional Medical Center community, our services are backed by the largest community hospital in Vermont, and delivered with the same quality of care Rutland Regional is known for.

Coordinated Care For Retinal Conditions

If you are diagnosed with a retinal condition, we work closely with the experts at the University of Vermont Medical Center to treat and manage your condition.

Contact Us

For information about our ophthalmology services, or to make an appointment, please call:

  • Marble Valley Eye Care at: 802.773.8328

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Rutland Regional Medical Center
160 Allen Street
Rutland, VT 05701

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