We truly love our patients and customers. We know that sounds a little strange in today’s highly technological, auto-attended universe, but we really do mean it. We are people lovers. We have brought back that feeling of personalized care we all remember receiving from our neighborhood shops while growing up and have made Port Royal Eyecare something very special for our community. Friendly, personalized service is not just alive and well, but thriving at Port Royal Eyecare.
The first thing you will notice at Port Royal Eyecare isn’t what we sell, but how you will feel when you walk in the door. People always comment on our smiles. You see, we love what we do and who we work with, too! Only then will you notice the best selection of independent designer frames between Columbia and Franklin. In fact, we think we have a better selection than most any Nashville optical. We take great pride in hand selecting every brand, every model and every color of frame with the explicit tastes of our Spring Hill customers in mind.
Once you step back to one of the eye health examination rooms, you will be introduced to the most proficient and professional eye exam you’ve ever had. Doctor Stephanie Price takes the time to not only conduct a thorough and comprehensive eye exam, but delve deeper into your lifestyle needs. The result? The finest personalized prescription to fit your optical needs.
You see, nothing is cookie cutter here. We choose to only offer you the best quality eyewear and eyecare at Port Royal Eye Care.
Beginning Friday, March 20, Port Royal Eye Care will be closed for all routine visits per the CDC recommendation. The health of the community and our employees is our top priority. We will have abbreviated hours from March 23-27, from 10 am – 4 pm. We encourage you to come pick up any glasses or contact lenses you have on order. We are happy to extend prescriptions during this unprecedented time, and can ship contact lenses and replacement glasses directly to your home. We are still here for you for any urgent eye health or vision needs, and will be triaging these via telehealth appointments if necessary. We can’t wait to be back serving our communities in full force as soon as possible, and will update here with information as we make ongoing closure decisions.