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Our Mission

At Texas City Eye Consultants our mission is to provide you with quality eye care. Our examination and treatment is always based on what you need for proper development, function, and for improvement of quality of life. We assess and incorporate all aspects of your health and vision for the best results. As an independent optometric office we strive to take the time necessary for your care and to treat you like family.


doc-02.jpgJose Correa O.D
Therapeutic Optometrist
Optometric Glaucoma Specialist

Doctor Correa received his Associates in Natural Science from Lee College in Baytown, TX. He then pursued his Bachelors from the University of Houston, and finished his Doctorate in Optometry from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio.

While at UH, Doctor Correa participated in human genetics studies and health receiving a vast understanding in conditions such as Turner’s Syndrome, Down Syndrome, and more. While at Incarnate Word he rotated under the supervision of Dr. Rick Sharp for Sharp Eye Consultants, Dr. John Kozlovsky for KDW. There he learned the importance of eye care. That is, vision is not determined by the need of glasses. Rather vision complications may be due to: life threatening problems, health problems, or vision threatening problems. Doctor Correa practices under that philosophy today.

While at Incarnate Word, Dr. Correa founded The Low Vision and Rehabilitation Club to aid the community that has vision loss. He was awarded for clinical excellence from 2009 to 2013 consecutively. He was also awarded for excellence in private practice and contact lens care in 2013 and voted “Best in Class of 2013” by his peers for Vision Monday.

When you come visit Doctor Correa, he will address your issues in a manner very different than what you are used to. He will take every possibility into consideration and will listen to your needs in order to fix, prevent, and resolve any health issue compromising your ocular health and vision.

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Our Regular Schedule

Office Hours




10:00 am-7:00 pm


9:00 am-5:00 pm


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9:00 am-6:00 pm


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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Yay! I finally got contacts! Thanks for the great service! No one has ever been able to help me put contacts in before! You guys are amazing! Thanks for being patient with me and teaching me how to put my contacts in!"
  • "Very kind and polite treats everyone with respect. They take care of your eye care needs. Try to get you in and out the door as quickly as possible so you can go about your day. I love their staff who are very kind and assist you as soon as you walk through the door. I highly recommend their services."
  • "Was my first time visiting the office at Texas City Eye Consultants. I came in to purchase glasses and had my exam done in a different office but I will be returning here. They are very helpful and were able to find me a frame I really liked. I highly recommend them."
    Ms. Johnson

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