Welcome to the Family Eye Care Center
Welcome to the Family Eye Care Center, North Iowa's premiere vision care provider. We utilize the latest technology in our offices, striving for excellence in eye care and patient satisfaction.
At the Family Eye Care Center, our friendly team of professionals will treat you with the utmost care and respect. With personalized care and knowledge, we offer the latest technology to provide you with the best vision care available.
- Aug 1, 2016 - Children's Vision and Learning Month
August is here, and with it comes the start of a new school year and childrens vision and learning month.
Did you know there are 17 Visual skills required for academic success and seeing 20/20 is just one of those visual skills.
- Jun 27, 2016 - June 27th is National Sunglasses Day
June 27th is National Sunglasses Day!
Weather it's sunny or cloudy, summer or winter- millions of Americans make the conscious decision to not wear sunglasses or other UV protective eyewear. While seemingly harmless, this habit carries serious vision risks, many of which are not known or understood by those who fail to wear protective eyewear.
- Jun 22, 2016 - Family Eye Care Center Team Training
The Family Eye Care Center team got do something a little different this week for training. We would like to thank Melinda Furman and Dr. Jackson for instructing us with the dissection of a cows eyeball. This helped us all become more familiar with the parts of the eye from the outside to the inside.
- Jun 1, 2016 - June is UV Safety Awareness Month
June is UV (ultraviolet light) Safety Awareness Month.
Sunglasses are a great fashion accessory, but their most important job is protecting your eyes from the suns ultraviolet rays. Family Eye Care Center wants to remind you the importance of protecting your eyes from the sun's harmful rays by wearing proper protection.
- May 1, 2016 - May is Sports Eye Safety Month
May is National Sports Eye Safety Month. Basketball, football, racquetball, golf, and baseball.....What do these sports have in common? Answer: They are all considered sports with a high risk of eye injury. You can add to the list boxing, softball, lacrosse, hockey, tennis, soccer, paintball, fencing, badminton, and even fishing. Every year Americans suffer eye injuries during sports and recreation. The good news is 90% of these injuries could be prevented with the use of the protective eyewear.
- Mar 1, 2016 - March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month
March is Workplace Eye Wellness MonthThe human eye is often taken for granted. While people are accustomed to eating healthy foods and receiving the proper amount of exercise, many rarely consider their vision health. When it comes to our eyes, it is most important to protect the eyesight we have been given. During Workplace Wellness Month, we would like to remind everyone that workplace eye safety actions are easy to incorporate and invaluable to maintain long-term vision health.More »
- Feb 1, 2016 - February is (AMD) Age-related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month.
- Jan 1, 2016 - January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month
To spread the word about this ''silent blinding diseases,'' January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is the leading source of preventable permanent vision loss.More »