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Welcome to EYEWORLD VISION CENTER
Your Eyecare Center in SARALAND and SEMMES Alabama

Call us in Saraland at 251-675-3666 or Semmes 251-645-2991 today.

Thank you so much for your support throughout the years. I often think back to our early days, (1985 in Chickasaw) and I am astonished at your level of support for all these years. Thank you! We're fully aware that our accomplishments are not simply attributable to good management or hard-working employees. We grew and prospered with God's Blessing and because we found some great friends like you who gave us loyal support along the way. We dearly appreciate you and your support...Phil and Sherry Gillette

The scope of our services may be surprising to some. Sure we provide eye examinations for glasses and contact lenses but we also treat conditions from simple seasonal allergies and minor infections to more devastating and life-changing eye diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration.

We welcome new patients and invite you to call us for an appointment today.

We look forward to meeting you and taking care of your eye care needs.

In Saraland at 1088 Industrial Pkwy I-65 Exit 13 Across from Walmart

In Semmes at 7930 Moffett Rd 1 Block West of Schillenger Across from Walmart


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Saraland Location

Monday - Friday:

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Semmes Location

Monday - Friday:

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday, Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Excellent personal!"
    JOHNNYE P
  • "Great customer service and terrific deals on eyewear happen every day at Eyeworld Vision Center!! I have been there several times over the past years and it's always a great treat! Plus they are loyal and longtime sponsors of Sunday Morning Gospel Time. A company with a great heart and and I plan to visit again in the near future!!"
    WILLIAM T
  • "This was my first visit to Eyeworld Vision Center. This particular office came very highly recommended by several people. Everyone there was pleasant and professional. The office was clean and organized. The products were diverse and plentiful. My exam was very thorough and again, the staff was amazing. I will definitely use them again and again."
    DAVID L

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