720 South Main Street Phoenixville, Pennsylvania



General Office Information

Scheduling Appointments

Daytime and evening appointments are available by calling 610-933-3498. Each doctor works by appointment. We make every effort to see our patients in a timely fashion but unexpected eye emergencies and surgery may result in appointments running behind schedule. Please be assured that we attempt to provide the best possible care on an individual basis and that delays are sometimes unavoidable.

Appointment Timing

We pride ourselves on taking as much time as necessary to give you the high-quality care that you expect from us. We advise every patient to allow between one and two hours for your appointment. Here is what to expect:

  • Registration: 10 - 15 minutes
  • Visual Field Testing:* 20 - 30 minutes
  • Technician Evaluation: 15 - 20 minutes
  • Retinal Nerve Imaging:* 15 - 20 minutes
  • MD/OD Evaluation:15 - 60 minutes
  • Checkout: 10 - 15 minutes
*If applicable. All timing varies depending on patient needs.

Telephone Calls

Our telephone number is 610-933-3498. Our office staff has been trained to schedule appointments, including emergency visits, renew medications, and answer most questions. If they cannot, one of the doctors will return your call as soon as possible. You can also reach us via email at urgent@phoenixvilleeyecare.com. Telemedicine is available for red eyes, styes, and contact lens updates.

After Hours

Emergency after hours coverage is available to our patients and patients referred by the local eye doctors and primary care doctors that we work with. We accept urgent care referrals only during normal office hours.


Our office is located at 720 South Main Street, which is the first left east of Phoenixville Hospital, intersecting with Route 23 (Nutt Road).


There are parking spots available to the rear of the office, accessed by a one way entrance from Main Street. Additional off site parking is available on Main Street or on 5th and 6th Avenues. A ramp is located in the front of the building for handicap use.

Learn about our commitment to animal welfare at Phoenixville Eye Care Specialists.

When you come for your appointment at Phoenixville Eye Care you may think you have wandered into a veterinarian's office. Our general practice philosophy is that anyone who is compassionate about animals will be kind to humans as well. So we intentionally have a lot of animal lovers at the practice (cats in particular). Several of our staff volunteer their free time at Main Line Animal Rescue, and others have adopted their cats through family members that rescue through the Cat Angel Network. We donate expired eye drops to Amy's Hospice House which cares for blind elderly cats. We have also been known to help a lost Phoenixville stray or two, find their way back to their owners as well as help facilitate adoptions to forever homes through these rescues. Let us know at your appointment if you are interested in adopting a cat or a dog and our staff will help put you in touch with those organizations.