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Welcome to University Vision Centre. Our practice is dedicated to the vision needs of the El Paso, Texas community. Because we know how much your vision and eye health mean to you, our team of highly trained and experienced optometrists are committed to providing you with the very best in eyecare. In order to meet your eyecare needs, we provide a modern, centrally located office with the latest instruments and equipment, and highly trained professional staff and doctors. Convenient office hours and a wide range of eyecare services allow us to provide exceptional service to our patients.
T. Bruce Blair, OD, John L Ellis II, OD and Ammon D Garner, OD
El Paso Optometrists | University Vision Centre | 915-533-1811
3800 N Mesa St B-1
El Paso, TX 79902
University Vision Centre not only gives the most comprehensive examination we have ever seen, they are friendly, knowledgeable, understanding, and professional.
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