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Welcome to Sierra EyeCare Associates

Call us at 209-223-2020 in Jackson and 209-772-9798 in Valley Springs today.

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The Sierra EyeCare Associates of Jackson and Valley Springs are dedicated eyecare professionals committed to providing to you, our patients, the very best in vision care.

Our services include general and primary care optometry encompassing eye disease detection, treatment, and management. We design eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions to fit your highly specific needs. The Sierra EyeCare Associates also provide highly specialized services with doctors educated and trained in low vision rehabilitation and vision therapy. All of our doctors co-manage surgical procedures ranging from cataract surgery to laser vision correction.

Our eyecare team is also comprised of highly skilled technicians and opticians who are ready to assist you with the very latest in eyecare technology and fashion eyeware. Our on-site optical laboratory is prepared to make your prescription glasses on the same day in most cases.

We at Sierra EyeCare Associates Optometry look forward to serving your vision and eyecare needs.


Sierra EyeCare Associates Locations

Jackson 817 Court Street Suite 10, Jackson, CA 95642

Valley Springs 4 Jean Street Suite 1, Valley Springs, CA 95252








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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Doctors and staff are courteous and very professional. I wholeheartedly recommend Sierra Eyecare Associates!"
    Jane D.
  • "Sierra Eyecare Associates is the best at what they do and make you feel right at home."
    John D.

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