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According to MedicineNet.com, eye doctors are called ophthalmologists or optometrists. Ophthalmologists complete four years of pre-med, four years of med school, one year of internship and three years of specialized care... More »

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One of the best ways to start trying to find an eye doctor is to ask people in your social and professional networks for recommendations. Your doctor, friends, family and co-workers are great recommendation sources. Prof... More »

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The best way to find an optometrist or ophthalmologist who accepts Medicaid payments is to search the Physician Care page on Medicare.gov, the U.S.government's official Medicare website. To conduct a search, type the cit... More »

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