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Located just behind and to the west of Sandpoint’s favorite place for summer ice cream, Dub’s Drive-In.

Located just behind and to the west of Sandpoint’s favorite place for summer ice cream, Dub’s Drive-In.

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About Us

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Optometric Physicians

At Eye Care For You in Sandpoint, the training and experience of our doctors puts you in good hands. Our doctors are Optometric Physicians, trained to examine, diagnose, treat and manage disorders that affect the eye or vision. They also have the training to diagnose ocular manifestations of diseases that affect the whole body such as diabetes and high blood pressure.

Professional Associations

Dr. Julie Gagnon is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Idaho Optometric Physicians Association, and is licensed in the state of Idaho.

How We Do Business

As our name suggests, Eye Care For You cares about you as a whole person, not just your eyes. Our goal is to treat each patient as special. We have been serving Sandpoint for over a decade and we are known for excellent service, fair prices and large selection of frames.

Exceed Expectations

Our first and highest goal is to exceed your expectations. Our excellent care begins when you are welcomed at the door of our office, and continues through follow-up visits for fitting of glasses or contacts.

Community Minded

We have been part of the Sandpoint community for many years, and we plan to be here many more. It is important to treat you as the neighbors that you are in our beautiful small town. That means honesty, integrity, and quality service. Our friends, neighbors and family trust us with their eye care. We hope you will too.

Food Bank

Dr. Andrea Moore (left) and Carole (right) collecting donations for the Bonner County Food Bank


Reaching Out – Uganda and Nicaragua

Imagine walking 20 miles with bare feet to get your eyes checked. These are the type of people we saw in Uganda, Africa when we took hundreds of donated glasses to help people in need to see better. One lady in particular stands out because her prescription was so high. Before we go on these mission trips there is a lot of work that goes into analyzing and categorizing the donated glasses, so we can match the right pair to the right person. Someone in Sandpoint, Idaho had donated a pair of glasses that were +14.00 power, which is very high. Only people who had the old type of cataract surgery, where they used to take out the natural lens and did not have the technology to put a new implant in its place, would ever need such a power in their prescription glasses.

Protecting our Patients from Coronavirus

Steps our Practice is taking:

To our Patients: