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Your Optometrist in Morris, IL

Call us at (815) 942-1951 today.

OR TEXT (815 ) 900-5181

Welcome to our practice's website. George A Roebuck has been practicing family eye care in Morris for over 30 years. We are proud to serve our local Grundy County communities. Our reputation is known for quality, friendliness and value. If you're having an eye problem, let us solve it for you. We treat young or old; pre-school through the elderly.

We specialize in comprehensive eye exams, emergency eye care, eye infections, contact lenses, glasses and more.

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George Roebuck

Morris Optometrist | GEORGE A ROEBUCK OD | (815) 942-1951
113 E Jefferson St.
Morris, IL 60450

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