Learn more about Dr. Monica Brown

Posted by: Baymeadows Vision Center in General on January 13, 2014

My name is Dr. Monica Brown, and I am delighted that Dr. Armitage chose me to take care of you. Let me tell you a little about myself. I was born and raised in the midwest where, after undergrad from the University of Iowa, I earned my master’s degree as a Certified Orthoptist. This specialty… Read More

Baymeadows Vision Center is proud to announce the joining of Dr. Monica Brown to the practice!

Posted by: Baymeadows Vision Center in General on January 13, 2014

Dr. Brown will be joining the practice January 1, 2014. She is excited to start the new year by providing excellent eye exams to current and new patients at Baymeadows Vision Center. She will continue the practice’s high level of individualized eyecare and expertise in the most advanced technology in eyecare and fashion, all with… Read More

Florida Times-Union Profiles Baymeadows Vision Center Patient Who Overcame Near Blindness

In an article in its March 10, 2011, issue, The Florida Times-Union profiled Matt Spears, a strength and conditioning coach who was legally blind before optometrist Brian Armitage of Baymeadows Vision Center used special contact lenses to restore his vision. Spears was ready to begin learning Braille after surgery failed to restore the vision he… Read More

New eye care center treats the otherwise untreatable

Baymeadows Vision Center has launched the North Florida Corneal Rehabilitation Center to help patients with distorted corneas find alternatives to invasive surgical procedures. North Florida Corneal Rehabilitation Center is the region’s only facility dedicated to treating damaged corneas with specialized contact lenses that are effective and comfortable. Founded by Optometrist Brian Armitage, North Florida Corneal… Read More

Dr. Armitage featured on local TV news!!!

Dr. Armitage has the only Speciality Contact Lens Practice in Jacksonville. Custom contact lenses such as Scleral gas permeable and SynergEyes Hybrid contact lenses can help improve vision for people with keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, and post corneal transplants. Glasses, standard contact lenses, and even surgery may not help. One of my recent patient success… Read More