Arizona's Vision
480-706-3937
15215 S 48th St #180
Phoenix, AZ 85044

Meet Dr. Mark Page

Trusted Optometrist in Arizona

Dr. Page’s own vision struggles helped propel him into the optometry field. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of South Dakota and a Doctor of Optometry from the New England College of Optometry in Boston, he launched his career in Phoenix.  But when his dad developed a hole in his right eye and lost his vision, Dr. Page was working at a location that was not equipped with the right technology to monitor his dad’s good eye. His dad said I would rather see my son. Thanks to his father’s backing Dr. Page launched Arizona’s Vision Eye Care Center in 1994. His father is now 94 years old and still has 20/20 vision in his good eye. 

From the beginning, the South Dakota native wanted to create a hometown, family feeling with old fashioned service, while also delivering a leading-edge eye care experience. Dr. Page took care of “family” environment by adding several members of is actual family to the team, and he offers the latest technology to ensure optical comfort, the sharpest vision, and the best protection for a lifetime of good vision. Plus the practice’s interest-free, in-office financing makes the best technology affordable for everyone.

The public, as well as the media, began to take notice.  Dr. Page and Arizona’s Vision Eye Care Center have been featured multiple times on television channels like ABC 15, Fox 10, and New Channel 7 with Pat McMahon.  Articles on the practice have been published on the Huffington Post, Arizona Republic, Ahwatukee Foothills New, and the Ahwatukee Republic. Dr. Page KFNX Radio, Business Innovators Radio Show, featured in magazines like Small Business Trendsetters, Business Innovators Magazine, and recently appeared on ABC 9 Morning Blend in Tucson to discuss his best-selling book, The Smart Parents Guide: How To Help Your Child See a Better Life. Please give us a call and schedule your eye exam today.

Dr. Mark Page and His Family