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Welcome to Compass Eye Care, where our Chicago eye doctor welcomes patients from Forest Park, Oak Park, River Forest, and nearby communities. We invite you to learn about our eye care services, our experience, and our approach to Oak Park eye care.
For your convenience, we provide the following eye care services at our Oak Park Optometry Clinic:
At Compass Eye Care, we take great pride in offering personalized optometry services. All of our staff are friendly, highly trained, and enjoy helping you take the very best care of your vision. We use the latest technology and are pleased to offer high-quality, designer glasses and the latest optometry procedures.
Is there any way we can assist you today? If so please contact our staff at (708) 258-1065 or complete our online appointment request form to make an eye care appointment with Dr. Tan and the rest of the team at Compass Eye Care. We look forward to protecting your vision with comprehensive eye care services.
Dr. Alex Tan
Oak Park Optometrist | Compass Eye Care | 708-383-2150
River Forest, Forest Park, Melrose Park, Elmwood Park,
Berwyn and surrounding Chicago suburbs.
603 Madison St
Oak Park, IL 60302
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|Friday||8:00 am||3:00 pm|
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Dr. Tan is amazing! He is very thorough, kind and informative. I have a condition that causes my eyes to be very dry and he gave me some workable solutions to manage my condition. The staff is also very pleasant. I definitely will not be going anywhere else!
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