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Welcome to Edmonds Eye Associates,Your Source for Comprehensive Eye Care in the Philadelphia Region.

For Delaware County call 610-449-2540

For Center City Philadelphia County call 215-928-3450

For South Philadelphia at the Navy Yard call 610-449-2623

For Chester County call 610-644-9300

Welcome to Edmonds Eye Associates. Drs. Scott and Susan Edmonds started the practice in the early 1980s combining their unique individual experience at Lankenau Hospital and Wills Eye Hospital. Their mission was to bring the lessons of specialized tertiary eye care to a community based location. With experience in glaucoma, pre and post op cataract care, retina and cornea, all the doctors of the Edmonds Eye Associates team continue to work closely with the surgical teams at Wills. With an emphasis on prevention and early detection, the primary care eye examination will set the course for a life time of good vision. The practice also has a unique perspective on the long term management of complex eye and vision problems. Macular degeneration, keratoconus, and vision loss from diabetic retinopathy and advance glaucoma are typical problems that can be managed with a combination of specialty contact lenses, prism, magnification and rehabilitation.

The latest program to be added is vision based neuro rehabilitation for concussion, stroke and acquired brain injury. This program, in conjunction with Wills Eye Hospital, Jefferson Hospital, and the Rothmans Institute is available at the Philadelphia Navy Yard at the Jefferson Comprehensive Concussion Center, the Low Vision Service at Wills Eye Hospital and at the Brain Injury unit at the Drexel Hill location. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our unique optometry services, and invite you to join our patient family by scheduling an examination or consultation at any of our locations. At Edmonds Eye Associates, we will explain every exam and procedure and answer all of our patient's questions. Additionally, at Edmonds Eye Associates, we will work with all medical and vision insurance providers to ensure good eye health and vision care for all of our patients.

Our Approach to Optometry

Our one-on-one personal approach to patient care makes all the doctors and staff at Edmonds Eye Associates the providers of choice in the greater Philadelphia area. We offer the following services: complete eye exams, medical eye care, contact lenses, glasses, low vision, and vision centered neuro rehabilitation. We have an optical boutique and on site optical laboratory. For a complete list of services, visit our services page or call any of our offices.

At Edmonds Eye Associates, we are dedicated to providing high-quality eye care services in a comfortable environment. Call us or schedule an appointment today online.

The Edmondsgroup Team
Drexel Hill Optometrist | Edmonds Eye Associates | 610-449-2540

3300 Township Line Road
Drexel Hill, PA 19026


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We are pleased to announce the addition of a new practice location for the care of our patients with concussion and acquired brain injury at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.

We have joined the team of the Jefferson Comprehensive Concussion Center to provide the eye and vision services. This, along with our center at Wills Eye Hospital and the Drexel Hill Office offers Vision Based Neuro Rehabilitation to help these people regain their lives.

Take a look at our personal website blog!

Check out Dr. Scott Edmonds' Blog on Primary Care Optometry!


Meet The Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Scott Edmonds

    Dr. Scott Edmonds is the senior member of Edmonds Eye Associates. He is the Co-Director of the Low Vision and Contact Lens Service at Wills Eye Institute in Philadelphia. In addition, he is the Chief Medical Officer at March Vision Care in Los Angeles, California and the CEO of The Edmonds Group health care consulting firm. He is a clinical professor at Western University of Health Sciences- College of Optometry and a member of the Adjunct faculty of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. He is member of the Allied Medical staff of the Lankenau Hospital, and Magee Rehabilitation Hospital. He has written and lectured extensively on clinical and public health topics. He is currently the author of a featured BLOG on Health Care Reform for Primary Care Optometry News.

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  • Dr.
    Susan Edmonds

    Dr. Susan Edmonds is the founder and Co-Director of the Low Vision and Contact Lens Service at Wills Eye Hospital. She is a clinical professor at Western University of Health Sciences - College of Optometry and a Preceptor for the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. She is member of the Allied Medical staff of the Lankenau Hospital. She is Medical Director at March Vision Care in Los Angeles, California and a Principal consultant with The Edmonds Group health care consulting firm in Philadelphia.

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  • Dr.
    Ryan Edmonds

    Dr. Ryan Edmonds is an Optometrist with offices in Drexel Hill, Great Valley and Philadelphia providing complete eye care services for the surrounding communities.

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  • Dr.

    Dr. Neiderer graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1987. While there she completed externships including Einstien Medical Center in Philadelphia where she was trained in the management of medical eye disorders, The Lynch Pediatric/Binocular Vision Department at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry and Specialty Contact Lens Services at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry.

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Review From Our Satisfied Patient

"Dr. Scott Edmonds exam on my first visit for post concussion vision issues was very detailed and thorough. In addition I have found each of the Dr's who worked with me to be encouraging and positive. For the first time in 2+ years I'm beginning to make some progress."

Judy P.

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