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Welcome to Mead Eye Care
Your Optometrist in San Antonio, TX.

Call us at (210) 545-7067 today.

Welcome to Mead Eye Care in San Antonio. Dr. Derek Mead and the Mead Eye Care team strive to provide the finest in optometry services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our optometry services, and invite you to join our patient family by scheduling an eye exam appointment at our San Antonio office.

Mead Eye Care is a full service eye and vision care provider and will take both eye emergencies as well as scheduled appointments. Patients throughout the San Antonio area come to Mead Eye Care because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional care that is our foundation. Dr. Mead and our team are dedicated to keeping our patients comfortable and well-informed at all times. At Mead Eye Care, we will explain every exam and procedure and answer all of our patient's questions.

Our Approach to Optometry

Our one-on-one approach to optometry makes Dr. Mead and the Mead Eye Care staff the eye and vision care providers of choice in the San Antonio area. Our San Antonio optometrist offers the following services: complete eye exams, exams for contact lenses and glasses, glaucoma testing, and pre- and post-operative care. For a complete list of services, visit our services page or call our San Antonio office at (210) 545-7067.

At Mead Eye Care, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at (210) 545-7067 or schedule an appointment today online.


Dr. Derek Mead 
San Antonio Optometrist | Mead Eye Care | (210) 545-7067 
1321 N Loop 1604 E, Ste 100A
San Antonio, TX 78232

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have never been seen so quickly at the eye doctor before visiting Dr. Mead's office. His staff was super helpful and outgoing, which was a nice change from the office I used to visit. Dr. Mead was able to explain issues I've been having with my vision that another doctor had missed completely and let me know how to remedy the problem."
    Lauren B.

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