Important Announcement: We've partnered with ReFocus Eye Health to best focus on providing the best patient care possible. Of course, our doctors and staff will remain the same but our name, logo, and website will be updated as we integrate with the ReFocus family of eye clinics. This will not affect your appointments or your patient experience in the least. 

Important Annoucement: Our Blue Bell clinic is now closed. All patients from that office will be seen at our state-of-the-art North Wales location, where they can expect the same caliber of exceptional eye care and patient experience. This location is only 6 miles away and has ample parking.

Get to Know… Philadelphia, PA Area Ophthalmologist, Dr. Francis Clark

World Class Results and Compassionate Patient Care

FRANCIS J. CLARK, M.D., an ophthalmologist and a leader in comprehensive eye care in Philadelphia, PA area. Your vision is his top priority, and he strives to provide top-notch ophthalmologic care in a comfortable, patient centered atmosphere.

“My goal is to provide the best individualized quality eye care available. My experience combined with compassionate patient care sets me apart from other eye care providers in the Philadelphia area.”

—Francis J. Clark, M.D., Ophthalmologist

Patients throughout the Philadelphia area come to Dr. Francis Clark because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional care that is the foundation of his practice, Ophthalmology Physicians & Surgeons.  Dr. Clark and his team are dedicated to keeping his patients comfortable and well-informed at all times.

“I take the time to explain every exam and procedure and answer each patient's questions. It’s important that they leave their appointment feeling that I took the time to hear their concerns and address their questions.”

—Francis J. Clark, M.D., Ophthalmologist

Dr. Clark’s state-of-the-art facilities in the Philadelphia area offer the best technology available for all your eye care needs.  Dr. Clark has been active in refractive surgery since the early 1990s. He has experienced the changes in refractive surgery and routinely performs cataract and LASIK surgery with the skills that long-term experience generates. He takes pride in his continuity of care for each patient before and after surgery.

Dr. Clark and staff are trained and skilled in the latest treatments including iStent (for patients with glaucoma and cataracts), computer assisted cataract procedures, and the Femtolaser.  Dr. Clark also treats glaucoma, retinal diseases including diabetes eye disease and macular degeneration. 

More Information about Dr. Clark

Dr. Clark is a board certified ophthalmologist practicing in Philadelphia, PA for the last 23 years. He attended St. Joseph's University on a Presidential Scholarship and graduated Magna Cum Laude. While a student at Jefferson Medical College, he received high honors in ophthalmology from Wills Eye Hospital. He completed his ophthalmology training at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN.

Dr. Clark is a member of:

He is on the Medical Advisory Board of Wills Eye Surgery Center of Bucks County. 

You can trust your eye care to Dr. Clark…Give us a call.

When you visit one of our Philadelphia, PA area offices, you can be ensured that your eye health is our top priority.  Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized care you deserve using only the latest, most innovative techniques in eye care.  We offer a variety of refractive surgery and general ophthalmology treatments to help restore and maintain your optimal vision health. Contact us today to make an appointment.

Ophthalmology Physicians & Surgeons, PC

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