Welcome to Virginia Eye Center, PC

Lansdowne, VA

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***COVID-19 INFORMATION*** 

(Updated March, 2022)

Although mask requirements have loosened, masks are still required while receiving services at Virginia Eye Center, regardless of vaccination status. Please postpone your appointment if you have had/done any of the following in the past 10 days: had a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose; or tested positive for
COVID 19.

 If you would like to purchase eyeglasses from our optical shop, please call (703) 687-4380 to make an appointment. Currently, the optical shop is operating by appointment only. 

We appreciate your patience while we navigate the new "normal."

Since 1994, Virginia Eye Center, P.C. has been delivering state-of-the-art eye care in a warm and personal setting to Loudoun County and surrounding areas. Our board-certified doctors are well known for their surgical excellence and have successfully completed thousands of surgical procedures. We use the latest equipment, technology and minimally invasive techniques to specialize in cataract surgery, glaucoma, dry eye, general ophthalmology and contact lens fittings. But our true passion is for our patients — delivering state-of-the-art care in a friendly, comfortable setting.


Virginia Eye Center, PC | (703) 858-9800
19441 Golf Vista Plaza
Lansdowne, VA 20176

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  • ""Having just moved to Virginia, not knowing anyone, I was apprehensive starting with an unknown doctor, especially for surgery. I am very grateful I found Virginia Eye Center. The doctors are excellent in all regards.""
    C.N., Purcellville, VA
  • ""From initial consult through (cataract) surgery and after care, the process went flawlessly. I could not have been more pleased with the friendliness, skill and professionalism of the entire staff. This was the most pleasant and successful experience I've had with the medical community.""
    J.P., Ashburn, VA
  • ""My world has come back into focus-thanks to you! It's pure joy to be seeing my surroundings with "freshened eyes." I give thanks for this privilege and for the skill of your hands. God Bless!""
    B.H., Lovettsville, VA
  • ""I want you to know how deeply I appreciate your skills and caring for your patients.""
    H.B., Ashburn, VA
  • ""You are the best doctor I've seen in 45 years. Your caring professionalism is so far above and beyond your peers that they aren't even on the same planet. Thank you for being 'you' and for being the very, very best.""
    J.F. Leesburg, VA
  • "Dr. Sarah Merrill at VA Eye Center is the very best by far. The doctors and staff are beyond wonderful, friendly, patient and extremely knowledgeable. There are no words to explain the experience I have had with my cataract surgery. I also had the Symfony Toric lens and I have never seen as well in my life."
    C.A.D., Oak Hill, VA
  • "“Absolutely a most wonderful experience. I had forgot how the colors are supposed to appear due to cataracts on both eyes. White always had a yellow tinge. Now, white is white and colors are clearly brilliant. Gone too, is the glare during night driving. Do yourself a favor-get it done HERE and now.”"
    G.G., Lexington, SC