Cleveland Clinic Locations & Hours Near Bonita Springs, FL -
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  • 1.Cleveland Clinic

    6101 Pine Ridge Rd


    9.33 mi

  • 2.Cleveland Clinic

    928 Pepper Tree Pl


    23.02 mi

  • 3.Cleveland Radiology Center

    12995 S Cleveland Ave

    Fort Myers,FL

    15.80 mi

  • 4.N Cleveland Healthcare Ctr

    13240 N Cleveland Ave

    North Fort Myers,FL

    23.18 mi

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By: Kd R.
Eye Centers of Florida
ABSOLUTE WORST experience for me. I was given a 9am appointment . front desk person doesn't even arrive until 9:50. I wait 8 minutes then she gives me 5 pages of information to fill out. I finally get taken to exam room at 9:20 for testing by an outstanding "assistant". whom i ask if I would be able to drive another 20 miles for another appt. she assured me I could. 10:10. OD comes in and puts MORE drops into my eyes and takes test at I could barely see and when I went outside I was almost blinded by the light. thank goodness I had my own sunglasses. took me almost 45 minutes before I could see cars in front of me clearly enough to drive.I refused the 45 dollar charge for eye glass prescription. TOTAL Bill $324.00 FOR EXAM !!That amount would have paid for me to fly round trip to Michigan, have the exact exam for only $175 ... which is exactly what I will do in the future.
By: itsmeagain
Eye Centers of Florida
Most unethical vision center I have ever been to. They will scam you for every penny they can - beware!
By: itsmeagain
Eye Centers of Florida
Horrible place! Unethical doctors and fraudulent billing! Stay away from this nightmare company. They are uncaring and only care about trying to squeeze as much $$ as they can out of you. BEWARE!
By: A.
James E Croley III MD
I would not allow Dr. Crowley to perform any surgery on my eyes. My husband's eye is far worse now than when he went in to Dr. Crowley.I would love to show anyone a picture of his eye now. Dr. Crowley performed the surgery two times and couldn't get it right. He does not rate even one star but I cannot submit without a star rating.
By: Matt R.
Eye Centers of Florida
I get a new eyeglass prescription every 18 months because of my age, my eyes get worse each year that passes.The Eye Centers of Florida is not the place to go if you are shopping by price, they are not inexpensive. But if you are concerned about the accuracy of your prescription this is the place to go.The end result, after the eye test, frames, high definition varilux lenses, fast acting transitions, anti-glare coating I spent $550. Yes, I had sticker shock, but after I wore my new glasses for a few hours that sticker shock faded. If I shopped around I probably could have saved $100, but it's not a concern now, as I can see perfectly. This is the most accurate prescription that I have ever had in 35 years of wearing glasses.Dr Anderson was personable, and through, I highly recommend her.My wife went from reading glasses to full-time varilux lenses and was able to work all day without removing her glasses at all. Again, that can only be due to a highly accurate prescription, correct measurements, and quality lens makers. My wifes glasses were almost $550 also, but her vision is perfect with her new glasses.Thank You Eye Centers of Florida!!!
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