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Welcome to Mobile Vision Care
Your provider for on-site eye care.

Residing in a multi-person facility does not mean having to go without proper eye care.
The doctors of Mobile Vision Care, Inc. are able to provide a comprehensive exam on site.

Exams include dilation and evaluation for cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic eye problems and other conditions.

Click on Services to learn more.

Services provided in any group residential setting or in personal residence with referral from home health provider.

Mobile Vision Care, Inc. accepts assignment for Medicare, Medicaid and Supplemental Insurance.

Mobile Vision Care, Inc.
Douglas Wike, O.D. and Associates
4600 Greenville Ave #292
Dallas, Tx 75206
phone 214-363-5991
fax 214-363-9903

Welcome to Mobile Vision Care
Your provider for on-site eye care.


Residing in a multi-person facility does not mean having to go without proper eye care.
The doctors of Mobile Vision Care, Inc. are able to provide a comprehensive exam on site.

Exams include dilation and evaluation for cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic eye problems and other conditions.
Click on Services to learn more.

Services provided in any group residential setting or in personal residence with referral from home health provider.

Mobile Vision Care, Inc. accepts assignment for Medicare, Medicaid and Supplemental Insurance.

Mobile Vision Care, Inc.

Douglas Wike, O.D. and Associates
4600 Greenville Ave #292
Dallas, Tx 75206
phone 214-363-5991
fax 214-363-9903


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