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Dr. Carol Venn

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When Carol isn’t being awesome at work she can be found coaching ringette or walking around town with her dog Scout. Carol is a Doctor of Optometry graduate of the University of Waterloo. Carol wanted to be part of the local scene so she opened St Marys Optometry in 2010. She loves providing eye health exams to the community and as a mom is especially great with kids and babies.  In her free time she likes to spend time with her husband Mike and their kids Meg & Luke, relax with a glass of wine, stay up late and sleep in.  Carol’s favourite frame brands are Vanni, Modo and Maui Jim.  According to Carol the best places to shop locally are Nail Effects, Dunny’s Source for Sports, O’Grady’s Clothing and Accessories, Sensations and The Town and Country Cheese Shoppe.

St. Marys Optometry is currently closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. All routine eye care will be postponed until later in the year. At this time we do not know when the office will be re-opening.

If you are experiencing an eyecare emergency please call Stratford General Hospital at 519.272.8210 and ask to speak to the ophthalmologist on call.

For all other eyecare questions and issues, please leave a detailed message including a callback number at 519.284.4144. Dr. Venn is checking the voicemail regularly and will return your call as soon as she is able to.

We are sorry for any trouble and inconvenience this may cause you. These precautionary steps are being taken in accordance with the College of Optometrists of Ontario’s mandate to protect our patients by providing a safe operating environment.

When we have a probable re-opening date, or if our situation changes in any other way, we will update this message.

We hope that you are able to stay safe, healthy and connected throughout this global healthcare crisis.