Conroy Optometric Centre

Conroy Optometric Centre

The Conroy Optometric Center is a full service family eye care center with a strong commitment to quality, friendly service, for seniors, families and our community.

Since completing my Doctorate of Optometry in 1988, I have worked to develop strong relationships with our local ophthalmologists and the Focus Eye Centre here in Ottawa. I established the Conroy Optometric Centre in 1998 and have seen the practice grow based on our commitment to quality vision exams and services.

It continues to be our pleasure to support many community organizations including: junior hockey; our local schools; and a charity that sends old glasses to Third World countries. I take pride in all that has been accomplished and look forward to continue growing with this community.


Eye Examination:

The eye is often the window into our bodies and can be a good indicator of overall health. Like many other health conditions, eye conditions in adults and children can be treated if detected early enough. For this reason, children and adults should have regular eye examinations.

Complete eye examinations include:

  • Automated pre-testing equipment
  • Glaucoma testing (with intra ocular pressures)
  • Binocular vision assessment
  • New prescription for glasses or contact lenses
  • Dilated health assessment of the eye
  • Peripheral vision,
  • Visual field assessment
  • Color vision testing

New Procedures (Currently not covered by OHIP/ or above the basic exam)

  • Our office is committed to having state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. OHIP covers the fee for a basic comprehensive eye examination (Only ages 19 and under, and 65 and over). Newer diagnostic tests are useful in the early detection of disease but are NOT OHIP insured services.
  •  Glaucoma is the second most common cause of legal blindness in North America. It usually has no early symptoms, and by the time people experience problems with their vision, they have usually lost a significant amount of their vision.
  • Corneal Pachymetry is the measurement of central corneal thickness. It is useful in determining the risk of developing glaucoma and in interpreting unexpected intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements.

Contact Us


2-2 Lorry Greenberg Drive ,
Ottawa, Ontario, K1G 5H6

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