IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE
Our office at York Family Eyecare has now been fully vaccinated. We do hope that this helps to make you feel safe and more secure when coming to our office. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines and office protocols from screening every person entering to all staff and patients wearing masks at all times. Please know that we will always have your health and safety as our number one priority and we look forward to seeing you soon.
All office visits, including optical repairs and dispensing, will need appointments. For any questions or to schedule an appointment please call us at (207) 363-7555.
We are offering phone and window check in and glasses/contact lens pick up to facilitate social distancing; our goal is to keep everybody safe during these trying times. Staff will be available by phone Monday-Friday 8:30AM-5:00PM, the doctor is always available anytime for emergent care.
An eye doctor who does more to protect your precious eyes
At York Family Eyecare, our eye doctor is a tireless advocate for every person that he sees. Dr. Sammy Pelletier always goes the extra mile in all ways to keep his patients’ eyes as healthy as possible. So if you’re looking for exceptionally committed eyecare, and peerless protection for your precious eyes, you’ve come to the right place.
An optical boutique that delivers expert care with every pair
At York Family Eyecare’s in-house boutique, you get the top-quality products and service that your hardworking eyes deserve. This means the largest selection of eyewear in southern Maine, precision fittings, and ongoing expert support. Each Our Boutique customer is treated as a VIP. You (and your eyes) will see a big difference when you visit us.
“Your honesty, integrity, and the friendliness of your staff are why I have been a long-term patient.” – Cliff
“Thank you for saving my vacation!” – Cassandra
“There should be more people and doctor’s offices like yours!” – Lynette
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