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Family EyeCare Center P.C.
Your Optometrist in Pella, IA.

Call us at (641) 628-2023 today.

Eyes are important indicators of overall health, and comprehensive eye care goes beyond a prescription for glasses or contact lenses. At Family EyeCare Center P.C in Pella, IA the optometrists take the time to get to know you, your eye care history, and your vision needs. Drs. Michelle and Kevin Jones provide the expert care, advice, options, and follow up you need whether you are a new patient or an existing one.

From our office in Pella, Family EyeCare Center, P.C serves patients from Iowa's Marion County, including Knoxville and Oskaloosa, IA - schedule an appointment today. If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with our optometry practice.

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Dr. Kevin Jones
Pella Optometrist | Family EyeCare Center P.C. | (641) 628-2023

518 Franklin St
Pella, IA 50219

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Review From Our Satisfied Patient

  • "We have been very happy with Family EyeCare Center in Pella! I have gone there for a couple years now and have always been satisfied with the care I've received. The staff is always very helpful and friendly. My 4-year-old recently needed an eye exam, and they were so great with him!"
    Tiffany W. / Pella, IA

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