Welcome to University Vision Centre
Your Optometrist in El Paso, TX

Call us at 915-533-1811 today.

Welcome to University Vision Centre, where our eye doctors serve El Paso and the surrounding communities. We work with patients of all ages, and we welcome new patients. Explore the optometry services we offer, how they can benefit your life, and a little about who we are.

Services Provided

We offer the following eye care services in El Paso:

  • Comprehensive eye exams - Our comprehensive eye exams check your eye health and your vision to make sure you are healthy. Our eye doctors use a biomicroscope, examine your retina, and take intraocular pressure measurements to deliver the best care possible.
  • Pediatric eye exams - Our comprehensive eye exams aren't just for adults, they're for kids too. Bring your children in for back to school eye exams, or get care for pediatric eye conditions from amblyopia to strabismus.
  • Contact lens exams - Let us measure your eyes for contact lenses, check your prescription, and help you get started with contacts. We can even help if you've been called hard to fit for contacts.
  • Designer frames - We have our own optical and stock over 1,000 designer frames for all ages and eye conditions. Shop prescription sunglasses or eyeglasses, browse budget eyewear or see the latest in fashion frames. We can manufacture lenses to fit any frame, so you can see clearly and showcase your style. We can also fill outside contact lens prescriptions.
  • Diabetic eye care - If you have diabetes, it's important to take care of your eye health. We will examine your retinas for damage caused by the disease and provide vision care that helps you save your vision.
  • LASIK co-management - Our eye doctors co-manage LASIK with some of the best eye surgeons in El Paso. Learn more about LASIK, find out if you're a candidate, and get all the pre- and post-surgical services you need from our trusted eye doctors.
  • Low vision treatment - If you suffer from low vision, we can provide eye exams, diagnosis, training, and care. Let us help you find assistive devices that improve your vision and give you lifestyle tips for better management of your vision.

About Our Eye Doctors

At University Vision Centre, we have four eye doctors onsite to best serve your needs. Our eye doctors have many years of experience treating patients of all ages and always enjoy working with new patients. We provide the latest technology and best service possible while giving every patient individualized care and knowledgeable advice to safeguard their vision and eye health for life.

Contact Our Optometrist in El Paso to Schedule an Appointment Today!

Are you in need of an eye exam, a new pair of glasses, or anything else? If so, please reserve your appointment at University Vision Centre on our website or call us today: 915-267-0455. For a limited time only, we have a discount on glasses: Buy one pair, get the second pair at 50 percent off!

JOHN L. ELLIS II, O.D. | AMMON D. GARNER, O.D. | T. BRUCE BLAIR, O.D.
El Paso Optometrists | University Vision Centre | 915-533-1811
3800 N Mesa St B-1
El Paso, TX 79902

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Meet The Doctors

  • BRUCE BLAIR
    O.D.
    Dr. Blair is an El Paso native and a graduate of Burges High School and UTEP. Upon graduation from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 1980, Dr. Blair returned to El Paso and joined the practice of long-time El Paso optometrist Dr. Darwin Rice.
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  • JOHN L. ELLIS II
    O.D.
    Dr. Ellis has lived in El Paso most of his life, graduating from Austin High School and the University of Texas at El Paso. He attended Oklahoma City University for his Masters in Business Administration and the University of Houston College of Optometry for his Doctor of Optometry Degree. After returning to El Paso,
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  • AMMON D. GARNER
    O.D.
    Dr. Garner is an Idaho native and attended both Boise State University and Idaho State University, graduating from Idaho State with a Bachelor's Degree in Health Care Administration.
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  • CHRIS KOPLOS
    O.D.
    Dr. Koplos is El Paso's only Low Vision/Vision Rehabilitation Specialist. She is a native of East Texas and earned her undergraduate degree from Texas A & M University. Her Doctor of Optometry degree was completed at the University of Houston College of Optometry.
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Location

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed


Holiday Closures

Memorial Day Monday May 27, 2019
Independence Day Thursday July 4, 2019
Labor Day Monday September 2, 2019
Thanksgiving Holiday Thursday November 28, 2019
Friday November 29, 2019
Saturday November 30, 2019
Christmas Holiday Wednesday December 25, 2019 and Thursday December 26, 2019
New Years Day Wednesday January 1, 2020

Testimonials

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    Jane Doe / La Jolla, CA

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