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Published on Jun 7, 2018
Community Eye Center (CEC) was first founded in 1980 by Dr. Anthony Limoncelli to serve the area residents by providing a central resource for the eye health needs of the community.
For over three decades, CEC has provided excellence in total eye care through highly experienced physicians using the most state-of-the-art procedures and instrumentation available.
Community Eye Center now has grown to include nine physicians at multiple Southwest Florida locations, an eye only surgery center and optical services.
A part of CEC, St Lucy’s Eye Surgery Center is the only facility in Charlotte County dedicated exclusively to eye surgery.
Selecting only the most qualified and dedicated eye health professionals to join the practice, Community Eye Center offers comprehensive and expedient care. This total eye care includes dry eye treatment, treatment of macular degeneration and all other retinal diseases, diabetic eye exams, eyelid & cosmetic surgery, contact lenses & glasses, and 24/7 emergency eye care.
As CEC has grown, it has undergone many changes, designed to provide patients with the best care possible. However, one thing will never change: You’ll always be treated like family when you enter our door.
Community Eye Center’s mission is to provide the community of Southwest Florida quality eye care that will help our patients become as physically independent as possible by providing a full range of superior ophthalmic care and personal attention.
We will listen to our patients and communicate with them about their condition and treatment; treating them with the dignity, respect, care, concern and compassion that we would expect for ourselves.
We are committed to continuing improvement in quality through adaptation of technological advances and continuing education of physicians and staff.
In conjunction with St. Lucy’s Outpatient Surgery Center and Community Eye Optical, our goal is to adequately inform our patients about their eye condition and the appropriate alternatives to preserve a lifetime of good vision.