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M-F 8:30-5:30pm
Sat-Sun Closed

Our Goal is always 100% Patient Satisfaction

Currently, 100% of our patients' surveyed give Yakima Vision Center the highest score of "very satisfied" with their experience. In addition, 100% state that they would recommend us to a friend or family member.

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WELCOME TO YAKIMA VISION CENTER


Home to Our Yakima Optometrist, Dr. Farmer

At Yakima Vision Center, our Yakima optometrist takes immense pride in enhancing our patients' lives with unrivaled eye and vision care service in a welcoming, friendly environment. For nearly 25 years, we have been serving Yakima and the surrounding areas, providing everything from comprehensive eye exams and eyewear to diagnosis, treatment, and management of eye conditions and diseases. Ultimately, our goal is to provide excellent care and to earn 100% satisfaction among our patients.

Feature Articles

Preventing Dry Eye This Winter

It’s that time of year where cold temperatures, dry outdoor air, and chilling wind can cause you to notice an uncomfortable feeling of dry eyes. During winter, patients frequently ask about how to prevent dry and irritated eyes. Dry eyes often occur during winter and spring as the seasonal changes cause a shift in the humidity of the air outside causing dry and irritated eyes. While we can’t change the weather, we can offer you some advice to help you take care of your eyes this winter. What is Dry Eye? Dry eye, also known as ocular surface disease, is

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How Diabetes Can Affect Your Vision

Did you know that over 30 million people in the United States are currently diagnosed with diabetes? There is also a large portion of the population that doesn’t know that they have diabetes or prediabetes. As the number rises in our country, spreading awareness about diabetes is vital to the prevention and management of this disease. November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and we would like to take time this month to educate our community on the effect diabetes can have on your vision and ways to lower your risk for developing diabetic-related eye conditions. People who unknowingly have prediabetes

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Your Diet and Your Eyes

It’s no secret that a well-balanced, nutrient-rich diet can significantly improve your life by boosting energy levels, maintaining a healthy weight, and lowering the risk of developing a variety of health conditions including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and high blood pressure. The foods you eat and the supplements you take do affect your overall health and this includes the health of your eyes! Research shows that certain vitamins and nutrients can promote eye health, reduce your risk, and even delay the progression of certain vision conditions. When you make healthy dietary choices, you can lower your risk for cataracts, age-related macular

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