Our Practice in Alliston

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Personalized Eye Care
from a Dedicated Eye Care Team

New Tecumseth Optometry Clinic was founded in 2002 by Dr. Hari Amarnath and Dr. John Peacock. The 2 doctors met with similar goals: to find a small Ontario town to settle in and raise their families. After moving to Alliston, they have been involved in the community as medical professionals and business owners ever since.

Our clinic is wheelchair accessible and features a little something for everyone. Our beliefs in compassionate care, equality, and innovation are evident in everything we do.

We aim to create genuine relationships with our patients and the community we are proud to live in.

Our optometrists and team of eye care professionals are highly devoted to the community we serve. And our responsibility to our community and patients goes far beyond just preventive eye care.

Our optometrists actively participate in local causes and events. You can find us speaking about eye care at the local schools, raising money for various local charities, or participating in national eye health initiatives. We always enjoy raising money for good causes!

You may also have seen our articles in the Alliston Herald’s Eye Opener about eye health issues and information about everything from dry eyes to digital eye strain.

We’ve moved locations, and we’re incredibly proud of our stunning new building! Our brand new clinic is equipped with a state-of-the-art air filtration system with HEPA filters that provide a healthy and safe environment we know is important to our patients.

Our clinic is also environmentally-friendly and NetZero, which means the building produces all the energy needed to run it, reducing the emissions released into the atmosphere. This feature is especially important to us as we aim to create a better world, improving the impact your eye care has on the climate.

Feel happy and confident in your eye care as we all continue to adjust to the new normal.

NTOC is a proud practitioner of the Eye See… Eye Learn (ESEL) program, funded in part by the Ontario Government. ESEL provides junior kindergarten children with a pair of free eyeglasses, providing them with the opportunity to learn and grow without worrying about their eyesight.

With the help of our friends at HOYA Vision, we’ve developed a program to help our littlest patients get the most benefit from their glasses. With the Eye M Growing program, children get:

  • The lightest lens material available
  • Superior scratch resistance
  • Sharp, clear vision
  • Impact resistance
  • UV protection

Your child’s vision should be protected at all costs, and we know that kids play hard. That’s why we offer this program to make wearing glasses a comfortable experience for our kids.

Our Mission

1. We practice kindness, compassion, respect, and equality.

2. We want to improve your quality of life by helping you see what matters the most.

3. We want you to have fantastic eyewear at any budget.

4. We love what we do, and we want you to love being our patient!

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Prevention Is Key to
Strong Vision & Healthy Eyes

At NTOC, we believe that prevention is the best medicine and that everyone deserves accessible, comprehensive eye care. We take the time to get to know each of our patients to provide personalized treatment plans as unique as they are.

This understanding of our patient needs has enabled us to remain proactive. We incorporate new technologies as they become available and create treatment options for our patients that take their lifestyle, goals, and medical history into account.

Meet Your Eye Care Team

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Dr. Hari Amarnath

Optometrist

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Dr. John Peacock

Optometrist

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Dr. Letty Lau

Optometrist

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Shauna Henry

CCOA, Office Manager

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Sarah Ferber

CCOA, Frame & Lens Specialist

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Karrie Van Der Meer

Registered Optician

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Jalisha Goetgheluck

Registered Optician

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Kim Preston

Registered Optician

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Amy McQueen

Registered Optician

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Lauren Massie

CCOA, Frame & Lens Specialist

Deanna Merola

CCOA, Frame & Lens Specialist

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Shelly Lake

CCOA, Healthcare Receptionist

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Kelly Nickleford

CCOA, Healthcare Receptionist

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Suzanne Belbeck

Healthcare Receptionist

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Brooke Stewart

Healthcare Receptionist

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Brianne Coomey

Healthcare Receptionist

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Saara Pudifin

CCOA, Lab Technician

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Kim Sledz

Lab Assistant

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Where to Find Us

We can be found on Centre Street South, just south of Victoria Street East near Shopper’s Drug Mart. Parking is available in the municipal parking lot across from our practice.

Address

15 Centre Street South
Alliston, ON L9R 1G8

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Hours

Monday
8 AM4 PM
Tuesday
8 AM6 PM
Wednesday
12 PM8 PM
Thursday
8 AM6 PM
Friday
8 AM4 PM
Saturday
8 AM2 PM
Sunday
Closed
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