Free Optometry Clinic
The Free Clinic has made a name for itself among clinics of its kind. A typical volunteer group running the clinic consists of six doctors, the student leadership team, nurses, and twenty or more volunteer medical students.
The Free Optometry Clinic serves adults ages 19-64 who do not have insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare. The Free Optometry Clinic is unable to serve college students due to Student Health Insurance. If you are a college student in need of an eye exam, please check with your university’s resources for services available to you.
While we are dedicated to your vision, only one pair of glasses per year is available. Please note that it is the patient’s responsibility for replacing any broken glasses. We do not offer any contact prescriptions.
The Free Optometry Clinic goes beyond offering clearer vision to the medically uninsured. The volunteer optometrists are committed not only to improving eyesight but also preventing health issues from worsening. Through eye exams, optometrists can identify early signs of glaucoma and other eye conditions.
If you are wanting to be seen at the clinic, please come directly to the clinic door on the south side of the Lubbock Impact building. The door will open at 4:00 pm when volunteers who run the clinic arrive.
If you’d like to make an appointment, please click below to email us, or you can call us at 806-799-4329.
We are so grateful for the volunteer optometrists and technicians who make this service possible. Their efforts help patients succeed in both their everyday life and career.