At Ginter Eyecare Center, our optometrists are here to help you. Dr. Jewell Ginter has the experience and know-how to provide you with the quality care you need. Our team strives to provide the finest optometry services in a cutting-edge and innovative environment. Dr. Ginter’s experience and dedication to providing the very best service to her patients stands out in our strong, local reputation and growing practice.
Our patients are always kept comfortable and well-informed at all times. We’re here to help you to meet your eye care needs.
Ginter Eyecare Center offers a wide range of eye care services to our patients. Your eyes are essential. Don’t put off getting an annual eye exam. Our patients also can obtain service for eye-related emergencies. Schedule your appointment with us or in case of an eye emergency call our office at 806-798-8820. We offer vision financing options and we work with vision insurance providers. This helps to ensure our eye care remains as affordable as possible. We aim to help you protect your vision. Contact us today for an appointment.
When you come in to see us, we’ll guide you through every part of the exam. We explain everything we are doing, what you can expect, and why it matters. Our goal is to ensure you have the best access to eye health and vision care.
Turn to us for all of your eye and vision needs including:
We offer much more. We also provide services to the whole family.
2017 LASER SEMINAR DATES
Thursday, January 26
Tuesday, February 21
Thursday, March 23
Tuesday, April 25
Thursday, May 18
Tuesday, June 20
Thursday, July 20
Tuesday, August 22
Tuesday, September 26
Thursday, October 19
Tuesday, November 14
Thursday, December 14
Ginter Eyecare Center provides a one-on-one approach to optometry. Dr. Ginter and her staff offer the highest quality of care in the Lubbock area. As a team dedicated to providing exceptional service in a comfortable and relaxed environment, we aim to offer the very best level of vision care in Lubbock and the surrounding areas. We offer competitive rates while ensuring our patients always have access to the very best level of service possible. As a part of our commitment to our patients, we routinely offer modern and newly updated care. In addition, you can expect us to be there for you throughout your lifetime.
As a leading provider of optometry in the Lubbock, Woodrow, Slide, and Wolfforth, Texas areas, you can expect exceptional care from Ginter Eyecare Center. Our staff includes:
Ginter Eyecare Center
5713 82nd St.
Lubbock, TX 79424
We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
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