PANAMA CITY HOMETOWN EYE CARE*
Eye Care You Can Rely On
Hometown Eye Care is a private practice Optometry office that offers a warm and inviting space for all of your eye care needs. Dr. Stephanie Quesada was born and raised in Panama City and is proud to be practicing in her hometown. Visit us today and see how we can help you or your loved ones.
Personalized Care and Guidance
EYE GLASSES FITTING
Our professional team is here to guide our patients and their families every step of the way from eye exam to optical selection. We aim to provide our patients with options that enhance their vision, as well as, their sense of style and fashion. Come in today to see our wide variety of ophthalmic eye wear.
GENERAL EYE EXAM
A Happier, Healthier You
Each of our patients are eligible for this personalized service. Schedule yours today, and we promise you’ll leave our clinic well-informed and confident that your health is in the best of hands.
CONTACT LENS EXAMINATION
Here For You
Keep yourself and your loved ones healthy! Our friendly and experienced staff will make sure you always feel comfortable and well-informed about the contact lens option available to you. Yearly exams recommended to maintain your best vision and healthy eyes.
June 3, 2019
Hometown Eye Care is officially open and ready to fill these chairs. We are accepting new patients. Call today to schedule your yearly eye exam.
Dr. Stephanie Quesada
Stephanie Quesada, OD is a Panama City Native who graduated from Arnold High School. She received her Bachelor of Science from the Univserity of West Florida. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, Dr. Quesada earned her Master's degree in Science and Doctorate of Optometry from Nova Southeastern University.
Upon completeion of her education, Dr. Quesada returned to Panama City and joined Academy of Eye Care and America's Best in June 2016 until the opening of her own practice, Hometown Eye Care in June 2019. She provides comprhehnsive eye care for the whole family and specializes in low vision care for patients with decreased vision due to ocular and retinal disorders.
Outside of patient care, Dr. Quesada enjoys spending time with her Husband, David, her newborn son, Cristian, and their beloved dogs Callie and Bane. She is also a member of the Junior League of Panama City: works with Sight Savers a non-profit that assists children with low vision care; and attends Emerald Coast Fellowship Church.