Family Vision Clinic Farmington:
Family Eye Care Center for the City of Farmington MN

On behalf of our entire optometry team, we want to welcome you to the official website for Family Vision clinic Farmington. We're proud to serve as the family eye care center of choice for residents of the city of Farmington, MN, and the surrounding areas. Please take a moment to explore the many services we can provide for all ages, from preventative eye care to corrective lenses.

Meet Our Farmington Optometrist

When you're choosing a Farmington optometrist for your loved ones, you want someone who offers the right combination of skill, experience, professional dedication, and compassionate care. You'll find all of those qualities in our optometrist, Dr. Pamela J. Rupnow. A graduate of the Indiana University School of Optometry, Dr. Rupnow has been practicing optometry since 1994. She has been serving the needs of area residents at Family Vision Clinic Farmington since originally founding our clinic in 2007. In addition to her deep involvement in local business and educational organizations, Dr. Rupnow also offers her expertise as a volunteer on international missions. With every visit to our offices, you'll feel glad that you chose her as your family's optometrist.

Optometry for the Whole Family: Our Services

Family Vision Clinic Farmington is dedicated to serving both individuals and families, including patients of all ages. Out many services include:

Comprehensive eye and vision exams - Comprehensive eye and vision exams ensure that your eyes are working properly and aren't harboring any lurking diseases.

Pediatric optometry - Pediatric optometry is central to our work. We can check your children's eyes for any issues that might interfere with long-term visual development and coordination.

Senior eye care - Senior eyes may need extra care because of their vulnerability to degenerative diseases such as macular degeneration. We can help keep older eyes as healthy and functional as possible.

Corrective lenses - Could your vision use some help? From eyeglasses and sunglasses to contact lenses (including those "hard to fit" contacts), we can prescribe the ideal corrective lenses for your needs.

Eye disease/disorder treatment - We can diagnose and provide primary care for conditions such as dry eye, eye allergies, infections, injuries, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic eye disease, and macular degeneration. We can also provide surgical referrals and eye surgery co-management.

Ready to Learn More? Come and See Us!

Your family's eyes are too precious to entrust to just anyone. Come and see our team at Family Vision Clinic Farmington. Call (651) 463-2020 or request an appointment through our website today!

Meet The Doctor

  • Dr. Pamela J. Rupnow, OD

    Dr. Rupnow attended the University of Minnesota and Indiana University for her undergraduate degree. She graduated from the Indiana University School of Optometry with a Doctor of Optometry in 1994. She has been practicing in the Twin Cities since 1994. In November 2007, she opened the Family Vision Clinic of Farmington. Dr. Rupnow has traveled to Posoltega, Nicaragua, and Guanajuato, Mexico to participate in Humanitarian Eyecare Missions with Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH) and Eye Care International. She is very involved with the Farmington community as a member of the Farmington Business Association and the Farmington Community Education Advisory Committee. She volunteers her time to community events as much as possible. Dr. Rupnow is passionate about providing excellent care to all of her patients. She enjoys seeing patients of all ages.

Location

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    Loved it. Everyone was so nice. It will be my new eye clinic.

    Doris S

    I had the best experience and the staff was friendly even through my Obsessive phone calls. I recommend Family Vision Centers to all my friends. Thank you for your help with my vision needs!

    Jeffrey M

    My family has been to Family Vision twice now and have been extremely satisfied. They are very friendly and are extremely helpful in understanding how my insurance works and what my best options were. Will for sure keeps coming back.

    Sarah K

    Always a great experience at FVC! Everyone is very nice and knowledgeable. They also have a beautiful frame selection. I would recommend them to anyone.

    Tonya D

    Dr. Rupnow and her staff are always helpful and kind. Great place!

    Mara C

    Loved everything about my visit! Friendly staff, answered all of my questions so I could understand the answers. Just awesome!!!

    Laura

    Dr. Pam and her assistant did a great job making my five-year-old son’s first visit a success. I seriously didn’t think my son would cooperate with them, but with a lot of patience and silliness they won him over. Thank you so much.

    Holly

    You all are by far the most friendly people I’ve ever been around and even though I didn’t come in a lot, I seem to be greeted with my name every time!

    Alivia

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