If you're looking for the best eyecare and the highest quality customer service, please give us a call. Since 1993, thousands of San Francisco residents of all ages have trusted Premier Eyecare for their vision care needs. Whether you need a routine eye exam or need medical or surgical care for diabetic eye disease, cataracts, or glaucoma, come experience our unique brand of innovative, comprehensive eyecare that focuses on you... every step of the way!
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92.1%would refer friends and family to us
Customer since 2015
Dr. Pahlevan is a darling. I like, very much, her as my optometrist. All of the staff members are friendly, and professional.
I received a good service from my doctors and nurses they are very nice and working hard. I am coming back for another appt. with them. But I have a question Why is it that after they checked me when I went out I was so dizzy and I can not see all was blurred. I can ask my doctors next time.
The staff is always working hard to make sure all tests are conducted timely and efficiently. Doctor Calman is a one of a kind eye specialist who makes sure to oversee every one of your medical needs. He always provides the confidence a patient needs to get through the most difficult of procedures. One of a kind for sure. Thank you
Dr Rebecca Stapornkul was very thorough with my eye exams and she explained everything that I needed to know. My eye doctor referred me to Premier Eyecare because of my left eye incident and I am very happy she did. Very happy with my experience and I will highly recommend PE especially Dr Stapornkul.
As usual, excellent care. I met a new doctor, she was very nice. The visit was fast, but thorough. Don’t forget your sunglasses if there’s a possibility of your eyes being dialated. They have those little plastic lenses but you really need both to be comfortable in bright light.