COVID 19 STATUS

We are still here for you, and can’t wait to see you! In an effort to keep you safe and comfortable, you will notice fewer patients in the office as we do our best to maintain a safe distance. We request that you wear a mask, but don’t worry if you don’t have one or forget yours, we will provide you one. Your visit will be thorough but your doctor may choose not to speak to you at the slit lamp or during other parts of the exam so that proper distancing can be performed. A full discussion of your findings will be done after testing is completed.

In an effort to see you in a timely manner, we are adding some evening and weekend hours to our clinic schedules, and we are offering Telehealth visits for some patients. Let us know if this is something you would like to try. Finally, as always, we are thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing rooms and all surfaces after your visit.

If you wish to visit our Optical Shops to purchase new frames and/or lenses, an appointment must be made ahead of time. You can make your appointment by calling us at 603.224.2020.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we all adjust to this new normal. We value you and can’t wait to see you again.

PLEASE CONSIDER COMPLETING YOUR PATIENT FORMS BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT.

FORMS CAN BE PRINTED BY CLICKING HERE

Our Specializations

Laser Correction Lasik

Laser Correction & LASIK

For clear vision to occur, the cornea in the front of the eye must have the correct shape and power to focus incoming light rays precisely on the retina at the back of the eye...

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Oculoplastic Surgery

Oculoplastic Surgery

Plastic surgery can be used to correct problems or to enhance appearance. At Concord Eye Center in New Hampshire, our board certified oculofacial plastic surgeon...

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Contact Lenses & Glasses

Contact Lenses & Glasses

From the moment you walk through our doors, you will immediately sense the welcome and friendly atmosphere at Concord Eye Center. At our state-of-the-art optical center...

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Cataract

Cataract Surgery

Your eye has a clear lens through which light passes, allowing you to see. When the lens loses its transparency, the cloudy tissue that develops is known as a cataract.

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Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness and visual impairment in the United States. It is a disease which involves irreversible damage to the optic nerve usually caused by...

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Retina

Retina

The retina is a thin sheet of nerve tissue in the back of the eye, where light rays are focused and images are transmitted to the brain. The center of the retina is called the macula...

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Pediatrics

Pediatrics

We offer a full range of pediatric eye care services, from basic eye exams for children to advanced treatment of eye problems. Children can suffer from a unique set of vision...

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Laser Correction Lasik

Cornea Treatment

The cornea is the clear covering on the front of the eye which bends, or refracts, light rays and focus them on the retina in the back of the eye. When a cornea is damaged or...

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Laser Correction Lasik

Routine Eye Exams

Concord Eye Center in New Hampshire offers complete eye evaluations for people of all ages. Our eye doctors check for refractive errors as well as diseases and any other problems that may exist...

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Family Eye Care

Routine check-ups are key to caring for your eyes.
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Glasses · Contacts · Eye Exams

 

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New Hampshire State-of-the-Art Eye Care

Conveniently located in central New Hampshire, Concord Eye Center is a full service ophthalmology practice with a reputation for excellence. From Pediatric to Geriatric care, our doctors provide comprehensive eye care for the whole family.

At Concord Eye Center, our board-certified ophthalmologists and optometrists have decades of combined experience in eye care. Working together as a team, we are able to bring you specialized, state-of-the-art care.

Through Our Patients Eyes

"I took my son to see Dr. Morse when he was about four and a half. My husband and I have no vision issues, so we were really in uncharted territory. Dr. Morse and the Concord Eye Center staff were so forthcoming and honest with information and that was so important for us. This was all new and we really needed all the support we could get. Dr. Morse has been really great – taking the time to explain everything to us. Cal was very nervous about having glasses but once he got them, he could see so much better that he forgot all his nerves and just took to them. We have just felt very comfortable with Dr. Morse and are grateful for the care she’s given our family."

Cal's Mom - Concord NH

"Dr. Wasserman knew when it was time for me to consider surgery and I liked that he didn’t rush it, that he was really looking for things to get to a point where surgery made sense. When he said it was time, that surgery could really help, we scheduled it. I felt comfortable with Dr. W and with the procedure – I knew I was in good hands and that I’d be fine. It all went very smoothly. My life has improved so much since the surgery – I love that I really don’t need my glasses all the time anymore – I don’t need them for driving or distance. I didn’t realize the cataracts were that bad – I am so happy it’s done!"

Barbara - Franklin NH

“I’ve been an eye surgeon in Concord for 22 years and have performed hundreds of surgeries for my patients. I can’t tell you how rewarding it is to hear them tell me how their sight has been enhanced and their quality of life improved. My favorite day of the week is my surgery day. My second is the next day when I get to hear the “wows” and see the smiles on patients’ faces. I think that’s what’s been my greatest pleasure in serving the people of Concord and the surrounding towns since 1994. If you have been noticing changes in your vision, I’m proud to recommend that you give us a call.”

Dr Erin Fogel – Concord Eye Center

COVID-19What you should know before your next appointment

We're excited to see you again!

In an effort to keep you safe and comfortable we've made some changes to our normal process.

Please read about these changes before your next visit by visiting the update link below.  Additionally, in an effort to streamline the check-in process, please consider printing and completing your patient forms ahead of your appointment and bring them with you.

If you wish to visit our Optical Shops to purchase new frames and/or lenses, an appointment must be made ahead of time. You can make your appointment by calling us at 603.224.2020.

COVID-19 Update