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Welcome to Family Vision Clinic PC
Your Optometrist in Culver, IN

Call us at (574) 842-3372 today.

Welcome to Family Vision Clinic where the one-on-one attention we give every patient sets us apart from others in the field. Testing by technicians is kept to a minimum so you get Dr. Couts’ full attention for the entire examination.

Services we provide:

  • Routine eye exams.
  • Contact lens fittings.
  • Screening for glaucoma and cataracts.
  • Post operative care after cataract and refractive surgery such as LASIK.
  • Emergency eye care for eye injuries and infections.
  • Genetic testing to assess your risk of developing advanced macular degeneration.

At FAMILY VISION CLINIC we are more than happy to support all of our patients– from young children to adults– and make sure that our patients are treated like family. From the time you walk through our doors until your visit is over, our dedicated staff will help your with all of your eye care needs including choosing the correct frames and lenses to suit lifestyle.

Come visit us and check out our large selection of frames. We are sure to have the style that will make you look your best. E-mail or call us today to schedule an appointment

Dr. Mark Couts
Culver Optometrist | Family Vision Clinic PC | (574) 842-3372
202 North Main Street
Culver, IN 46511 1516

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Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Mark Couts, O.D.

    Dr. Mark Couts is a native of Knox, Indiana. He earned a B.S. degree in Biology at Indiana University in 1976. During his undergraduate career he received numerous awards for academic excellence. He began Optometry school at Indiana University in 1978, graduating with a Doctorate in 1982. Following graduation,

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  • Linda Couts

    Linda is our office manager as well as a dispensing optician and a talented vision therapist. She received over 100 hours of training in optometric vision therapy through the Baltimore Academy of Behavioral Optometry. Her studies included areas in vision related learning problems, binocular vision dysfunctions, strabismus, and amblyopia.

    Linda enjoys horseback riding and motorcycle trips with her husband of 36 years, Dr. Mark Couts.

  • Lori Rex

    Born and raised close to Culver, Lori has over 20 years of customer service experience and enjoys working with and helping our patients with their needs.

    Summer is Lori's favorite season and any activities outside in the yard is a good time. She also never misses a good yard sale!

  • Maggie Couts
    Maggie is our 'high tech' security staff. She works cheap; dog food, water, and love. She is also good for a laugh now and then (stress therapy).

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    Great friendly service.
    Kaylie G.
    Kind office staff. Dr who took his time and great "bedside" manner.
    Heather F
    Great Doc & very helpful, friendly staff!
    Kim R.
    Everyone here is terrific. Very Friendly and professional service.
    Pepper R.
    The people at Family Vision Clinic are friendly and knowledgeable. They have a wide selection of frames and Dr. Couts is the best!
    Caroline J.

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Culver Office

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed