So much of your overall health begins with good eye health. At New England Eye we provide quality, patient-centered care to you by protecting and preserving one of your most valued and precious senses - your sight.
At our two flagship locations - New England Eye Commonwealth and New England Eye Roslindale – we are at the forefront of providing this care to our patients by attracting top optometry professionals, obtaining innovative technology and integrating the support of top optometry students from our academic partner, The New England College of Optometry, a leading educational leader in the field of optometry for over 100 years.
Our team of nationally recognized optometrists give you the most comprehensive care possible in a welcoming atmosphere. We invite you to explore our services and see how New England Eye works for you.
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We provide comprehensive eye care services to people of all ages in a welcoming, state-of-the-art environment. Our nationally recognized optometrists provide primary and specialty care and our Eyewear Centers offer an incredible selection for every budget.
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National Commission on Vision and Health declares children's eye health and vision care an essential health benefit....and now it's covered
Dr. Richard C. Laudon interviewed on UR Business Network on topics ranging from children's vision to traumatic brain injuries.
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The New England College of Optometry partnered with Transitions Lenses and VSP Vision Care to bring free eye exams to Lowell High School's Freshman Academy students via the mobile eye clinics, nicknamed "Eyenstein".
20 NECO students from OD1's to OD4's helped to provide vision screenings for all ages at the annual Martha Eliot Health Fair on Saturday, Sept. 21.
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