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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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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

Vision Health in May

The month of May is the start of spring with blooming flowers and sunny days, and many of us will start heading out for some fun in the sun in the great outdoors. Springtime is also the start of allergy season and many other potential vision hazards that may keep you from enjoying the weather. Did you know that May is also Healthy Vision Month? In observance of National Eye Health Month, we are encouraging people to make their vision health a priority and informing the public on the steps they can take to protect their eyes and vision this

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Heterochromia is a condition present in some humans and animals where one iris is a different color than the other. The iris is a thin circular structure that surrounds your pupil and contains pigment or melanin, which gives our eyes their distinct color. The amount of melanin that has developed in the iris at birth and shortly after determines one’s eye color. Blue eyes contain the lowest amount of melanin while brown eyes have the most. While heterochromia commonly causes two different colored irises, it is not always so black and white so to speak. Heterochromia diagnoses can have a

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Workplace Eye Wellness

March is Workplace Eye Health and Safety Month. Now before you think that this article may not apply to you, think again. Thousands of workers sustain job-related eye injuries each day. Though we typically associate work-related eye injuries with outdoor jobs such as construction, manufacturing, auto repair, welding, carpentry, landscaping, or electrical jobs, office jobs have also become increasingly hazardous to your eyesight. Our goal is to raise awareness about eye health and safety within the workplace whether you are working outside or inside. Eye Injury Unfortunately, 90% of all eye injuries can be reduced in severity or prevented with

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