Greetings From Sites Vision Clinic

We're delighted to welcome you to the official website for Sites Vision Clinic, your trusted eye care practitioner for Clarksville and surrounding areas. Our Clarksville optometrist you work with, you'll experience the difference in our experience, skill, available products and sheer quality of care. From routine eye exams to sophisticated treatments, we're here to keep your family seeing clearly!

Meet Your Family Eye Doctor

Either eye doctor at our optometry center will make you glad you chose Sites Vision Clinic. Dr. Clif Sites, the owner of our clinic, has been a leading Clarksville optometrist since 1977. You'll also appreciate the expertise of our husband-and-wide optometry team of Dr. Brian R. Murray and Dr. Paula Murray. We hope you'll come to regard each of us as extended members of your health and wellness family!

What Makes Us Unique

Sites Vision Clinic offers a unique mix of qualities that help it stand apart. We've been serving area optometry needs for over 40 years, yet we continue to invest in state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to stay on the leading edge of optometry. We also strive to provide many different payment options, from multiple insurance providers to flexible spending accounts, to ensure that you can get the care you need.

Experience Our Range of Services

You and your loved ones will need a variety of eye care services over the years to come -- and we know you'll want to rely on a single provider wherever possible. That's why Sites Vision Clinic offers such important services as:

  • Eye and vision exams - Regular eye exams are a must if you want to preserve your ocular well-being. Our comprehensive eye exams can check for any signs of diseases, refractive errors, or functional problems that might impair your vision.
  • Contact lenses - Even if you have "hard to fit" eyes, your eye doctor can administer a contact lens exam to determine the perfect contact lenses for your needs. We can provide soft or gas permeable lenses, toric lenses, daily or extended-wear contacts, multifocals, tinted lenses and more options from leading brands.
  • Optical services - In addition to contact lenses, we're your one-stop optical boutique for eyeglasses and sunglasses. You'll love our range of fashionable frames and useful lens options.
  • Sports vision services - Sports activities make special demands and sometimes pose additional risk for the eyes. We can assess your sports vision needs and equip you with the ideal lenses, tints, and frames for your chosen activity.
  • Eye disease and disorder treatment - Our team can diagnose and treat a wide range of eye diseases and disorders, from conjunctivitis, dry eye and refractive errors to glaucoma and cataracts. 

Need a Clarksville Optometrist?

Your search for a trusted Clarksville optometrist is over. Call us for an initial appointment and we'll prove it to you!

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "The staff are very friendly. Lots of choices on frames. So many that I needed help and the lady that helped me was awesome!"
    Kelly Marie Fiers
  • "Love the Doctor and staff here. The doctor is great and very patient with answering questions and explaining things.
    The staff is always helpful and very friendly."
    Kelly C McGaughy Phillips

Clarksville, Tennessee

Monday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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