Highlights from our 35+ year history:
Dr. Robert Caine starts Eye Associates of Virginia at Westwood Office Park in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
N. Talley Ballou, M.D., who had been an Ophthalmologist in Fredericksburg for 44 years, joins Dr. Caine.
Dr. Caine purchases and renovates the Falmouth Firehouse at 110 Cambridge Street and moves his practice from Westwood to this new location.
Dr. William P. Coleman opens Coleman Eye Associates at 3916 Plank Road Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Dr. Caine changes the practice name from Eye Associates of Virginia to Access Eye Centers.
Dr. Coleman opens Fredericksburg’s first Retina and Laser Center at 3914 Plank Road.
Dr. Arash Mansouri resigns his position at Johns Hopkins to join Dr. Caine at Access Eye Centers, Rt. 1 location.
Dr. Mansouri purchases Access Eye Centers from Dr. Caine.
Access Eye Centers opens our Lees Hill location at 10673 Spotsylvania Avenue in the Shoppes of Lees Hill. Dr. Angela Santinga becomes the primary optometrist at this location.
Access Eye Centers acquires Coleman Eye Associates. Dr. Coleman stays on board as Access Eye Centers, Division Founder and continues to see patients to date.
Dr. Robert Caine retires from Access Eye Centers.
Access Eye Centers renovates the Laser Center and reopens as Fredericksburg’s only dedicated Laser Vision and Refractive Center.
Access Eye Centers begins plans to relocate the Rt.3 office and Laser Center to a new, modern, state of the art facility at 4516 Plank Road. The new offices are just 2 minutes from the original location.
Construction starts at the new Rt. 3 location. The opening is slated for June 2010.
Access Eye Centers purchases office space at First Lady’s Center in King George with plans to open summer 2010.March
Access Eye Centers opens a new location at Aquia Park in Stafford.July
Access Eye Centers opens the first eyecare practice in King George, Virginia.
Dr. Wlliam Coleman is named in Top Doctors 2012 by Northern Virginia Magazine.
Access Eye Centers expands it’s Rt 3 location at 4516 Plank Road. The additional space offers a bigger optical, more waiting room space and room for future services. Access Eye Centers temporarily closes it’s Renovations begin on Rt. 1/Falmouth Office. Patients are being seen at all four other locations. You can track the renovation progress at here. Access Eye opens its Parkway Office, located near Cosner’s Corner and the Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.
Access Eye Centers reopens its flagship location at 110 Cambridge Street. After a complete renovation and expansion, we now offer another state-of-the-art location with all the same friendly faces you’ve grown used to over the years.
Access Eye adds hearing services for its patients.
The King George location doubles in size.