Testimonials

We value our patients' experience at Vision Health Optometry. See for yourself, the great success our patients have experienced here at Vision Health Optometry.

Dr. Ron Martin

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Going back for sure!
    Everything was great! Dr. Martin and staff were professional and super friendly. They explained everything every step of the way and got done quickly and efficiently. Really impressed with the level of technology used, made everything so much easier. Going back for sure!"
    - Domin T. - Google Review
  • "Awesome
    The doctor used to be in the aerospace field, so he knows his science. He's also quite amusing. All the staff is awesome; I moved quickly through each phase of exam. Lots of frames with good range of prices."
    - Anne C. - Google Review
  • "Thorough
    Been going for years. Dr. Martin is very thorough and helpful."
    - Georgia H. - Google Review
  • "Great Experience
    I was welcomed by friendly staff and did not have to wait. I had a great experience with my eye appointment. Everyone was kind and explained everything."
    - Emily S. - Google Review
  • "5/5
    Simple, easy, professional, up-to-date with technology. 5/5"
    - Chandler H. - Google Review
  • "Kind and Professional
    We've been going to Dr. Martin for years. He and his staff are very kind and professional, and are sure to explain every step of the process. They are very flexible and responsive in scheduling and are using cutting-edge technology in patient record keeping."
    - Melissa K. - Google Review
  • "Helpful, Polite and Understanding
    The staff is extremely helpful, polite and understanding. I had a CI implant, the glasses were right on the incision. I went to the office, without an appointment, and immediately she loosened my glasses so they no longer hurt. Very efficient, thank you ladies."
    - Gayle D. - Google Review
  • "Explained EVERYTHING
    Dr. Martin and the staff at Vision Health Optometry in Rohnert Park is the best! I love how they explained EVERYTHING, answered ALL my questions, and are just simply the NICEST people. Oh yeah, and they helped me see better, of course, plus their eyeglass selection is fantastic. Go here to get your eyes checked!"
    - Nicholas H., - Google Review

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We look forward to hearing from you.

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Rohnert Park Office

Monday:

11:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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