Patient care services are open to the public and appointments can be made by calling 231-591-2020
1124 S. State Street, MCO 101A
Big Rapids MI 49307
It is important to have your child's eyes examined early in life. Rapid development
of many aspects of vision occurs between birth and 6 months of age. Successful treatment
of vision anomalies can be obtained more quickly with early detection and correction
of vision problems and may prevent the occurrence of a more serious vision anomaly.
The Pediatric and Binocular Vision Service serves the entire West Michigan community. Primary care vision examinations are provided at the Big Rapids campus. Specialty diagnosis and treatment for severe and rare visual problems is also available. The Michigan College of Optometry is committed to supporting doctors statewide through consultation and co-management, go here for referral information.
The Pediatric and Binocular Vision Service is staffed by pediatric optometrists. Student doctors in their third or fourth year of optometry school conduct the examinations under direct supervision of one of the pediatric faculty.
For an appointment call (231) 591-2020