To assist with social distancing, the Department of Defense has temporarily expanded the “G-Eyes” spectacle ordering system to all Active Duty personnel. This program allows you to self-order Frame of Choice, standard issue glasses, protective mask inserts, and EYEPRO inserts.
- Re-order glasses or inserts that you have previously ordered through the Military Healthcare System.
- Check the status of your order.
Primary and Specialty Eye Care
The WRNMMC Optometry Service is a premier clinic that specializes in eye and vision care. Protect your sight and prevent eye disease with regular eye exams. The Optometry Service offers state of the art testing, diagnosis and treatment in ocular pathology, refractive conditions, binocular vision, traumatic brain injury and low vision. Contact lens prescriptions can be updated and renewed yearly at the discretion of the provider. Due to limitations and military directives, new contact lens fits are referred to the civilian eye care provider but can be followed annually in the Optometry Service after the initial fitting.
Military physicals are completed on a walk-in basis. Flight Physicals requiring refraction are by appointment only. MEDPROS updates are done in the Medical Readiness Clinic (Bldg 8, 2nd Floor).
Regarding recruitment of potential military enlistees, please make sure applicant is enrolled in DEERS before making an appointment. MEPS applicants must have form 601-23-6 and their Report of Medical examination form 40-1-3-E-E.
WRNMMC Optometry Service serves as a center of learning for our nation’s optometry colleges as well as conducts and collaborates on vision and eye related research.
Our Services Include:
- Comprehensive primary eye care
- Diagnosis and treatment of eye disease
- Evaluation of ocular manifestations of diabetes and other systemic disease
- Vision testing for driver’s license renewal
- DoD Medical Evaluation Review Board examinations
- Eyeglass dispensing for active duty and retired members
- Vision care with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Medical Contact Lens Care
What Should I Bring?
Current eye glasses
Contact lenses with current prescription or packaging
Last Updated 5/8/2020