Location & Hours

15661 San Carlos Blvd Unit 4
Fort Myers, FL 33908
Phone: (239) 887-3187
Fax: (239) 985-9003

Monday 9:00am — 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am — 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am — 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am — 5:00pm
Friday 9:00am — 5:00pm
Saturday* 9:00am — 1:00pm
  *1st Sat. of month only

Located on the Southwest Gulf Coast in Lee County, FL, Fort Myers is a hot spot for activity. With a 7-mile expanse, the Fort Myers Beach is perfect for dolphin spotting, seashell collecting, and soaking up some rays. Speaking of rays, Fort Myers has 271 sunny days a year, which is 66 days more than the US average. No wonder we’re always so happy! Fishing is also a huge part of Fort Myers culture. Inshore, offshore, tarpon, boat, and freshwater fishing are all popular opportunities, so you’re bound to catch something! Although we’re known for our many beaches and palm trees, our history is rich with famous inventors and pioneers in business. Thomas Edison and Henry Ford were keen to enjoying the summer sun here as well, both purchasing vacation homes in Fort Myers that serve as museums to this day. Let’s not forget that MLB spring training occurs in Fort Myers for the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins. With the ability to watch your favorite players at a cheaper rate than the regular season, you can’t go wrong!

Fort Myers is also the home of local optometrist office Johnson Eyecare.

Visit Our Optometrist Office Today!

With so much to see, the eye doctors at Johnson Eyecare are here to help with any of your vision needs. Whether you’re due for a comprehensive eye exam, you're looking for a pair of the trendiest sunglasses, or it's time to order new contact lenses, our optometrist office is equipped to answer all your needs.  Contact our eye doctors today for more information on our array of services!


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Our mission is to deliver the highest quality of vision care to our patients through compassionate, honest and excellent service. We pride ourselves on delivering eye care with a personal touch in an environment that is both welcoming and equipped with the most up-to-date technology. We strive to provide our patients with an experience that exceeds their expectations, so they are completely comfortable referring their family and friends.

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