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Welcome to Ashland Optometric Clinic
Your Optometrist in Ashland, OR

Call or text us at (541) 482-3466 today.


Welcome to Ashland Optometric Clinic. Dr. Gregory Valle and the Ashland Optometric Clinic team strive to provide the highest quality eye care. Our clinic provides vision and comprehensive eye health examinations. We are proud to offer eye care to patients of all ages, and our full-service optical is proud to offer high quality eyewear to fit your budget.

We provide the following services for the whole family:

  • Comprehensive eye health examinations
  • Contact lens fitting services
  • Problem-oriented eye health evaluations
  • Dry eye management solutions
  • Full-service optical with frame-styling assistance

Our Approach to Optometry

We strive to provide the highest-quality eye care to the Ashland community.  It is our mission to build relationships in the community through the services we provide.  We aim to increase understanding of eye health and vision through open communication.  We strive to break down barriers that prevent convenient access to care.  We are Ashland Optometric Clinic. 

Call us at (541) 482-3466 or request an appointment online to have a team member contact you during our office hours.


Dr. Gregory Valle
 Ashland Optometric Clinic | (541) 482-3466

933 Siskiyou Blvd

Ashland, OR 97520

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Meet the Doctor

  • Gregory Valle, O.D.

    Dr. Valle was born and raised in Klamath Falls and is happy to return to beautiful Southern Oregon. After receiving his Bachelor of Science from Oregon State University with highest honors, he began his optometric studies at Southern College of Optometry. During his time in Memphis, Dr. Valle received and maintained the SCO Presidential Endowed Scholarship and graduated with honors. He also completed a primary care and ocular disease residency at the Veterans Healthcare System of the Ozarks hospital in Fayetteville, AR in 2013. Dr. Valle has a special interest in the early diagnosis and treatment of eye disease, including dry eye. As a glasses wearer since the age of six and a contact lens wearer at age 10, Dr. Valle understands the importance of quality and comfortable vision. Dr. Valle strives to help patients understand their eyes and vision better through communication.

    “My wife, Jenna, and I are so happy to be able to contribute to the eye health and vision needs of such a beautiful and unique community. We are excited to grow both professionally and personally here in Southern Oregon; we hope that you may share in that journey with us.” – Gregory Valle, OD

Location

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Hours of Operation

Closed at lunch 12:00 - 1:00

Ashland Office

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Valle is the best! My husband had an injury to his eye. Dr. Valle was available and helped calm our fears about the injury. He gave us excellent care and communicated extremely well throughout the process. He followed up with us to see how my husband was healing. He really cares about his patients."
    Merab S.
  • "Great service from Doctor Valle and his team. Thanks for bringing me back a clear and good vision for my eyes!"
    Philippe G.
  • "Excellent service. I was not looking forward to getting glasses so when the exam determined I needed them I was dreading finding a pair I liked. The gal was extremely helpful. She showed me every pair I asked to see and never once rushed me. She made suggestions of what might look good and answered all of my questions. I dont have vision insurance so I was concerned about the cost, but they have an excellent range of prices and brands. Even offering a special deal on a selection of frames. They were happy to give me a copy of my prescription and did not pressure me to buy from them. The office is clean and comfortable. I did order glasses from them and they came faster than I expected. When I went to pick them up they adjusted them to fit me comfortably and showed me how to properly clean them. They told me to come back anytime if I wanted them adjusted more or cleaned by them. I highly recommend them to anybody needing eye care."
    Brieanna B.

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