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Dr. James Prince OD, Optometrist

Dr. James Prince OD


853 Irvington Rd Weems VA, 22576


Dr. James Prince is an optometrist practicing in Weems, VA. Dr. Prince specializing in providing eye care services to patients. As an optometrist, Dr. Prince performs eye exams, tests vision, corrects vision by prescribing eye glasses or contacts, detects certain eye disorders and manages and treats vision problems. Optometrists often work closely with ophthalmologists who may need to further treat patients with surgical procedures.

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Practice At 853 Irvington Rd

853 Irvington Rd -
Weems, VA 22576
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New patients: 804-435-2616
Fax: 804-436-0181

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Head north on Irvington Road (VA 200) 2.0 mi
Turn right onto Harris Road (SR-1036) 2400 ft
Turn left 334 ft
Turn left 675 ft
Turn right 281 ft
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Head south on Irvington Road (VA 200) 1.7 mi
Keep left at the fork onto Irvington Road (VA 200) 1.4 mi
Continue straight onto Chesapeake Drive (VA 200) 2259 ft
Turn right onto Rappahannock Drive (VA 3) 2160 ft
Continue straight onto Mary Ball Road (VA 3) 1.1 mi
Continue straight onto Robert O. Norris Jr. Bridge (VA 3) 1.9 mi
Continue straight onto Greys Point Road (VA 3) 4.0 mi
Turn left onto General Puller Highway (SR 3) 3.5 mi
Turn right onto Twiggs Ferry Road (SR 3) 149 ft
Continue slightly left onto Twiggs Ferry Road (VA 3) 4.5 mi
Turn right onto Dutton Road (SR 3) 1.6 mi
Turn left onto Windsor Road (VA 3) 2.1 mi
Turn right onto SR 3 6.4 mi
Turn right onto Main Street (US 17 Business) 1.3 mi
Make a slight right onto George Washington Memorial Highway (US 17) 792 ft
Turn right onto Hospital Drive 233 ft
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