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North Country Vision Center

Focus with style.


118 Quaker Road
Suite 6
Queensbury, NY 12804
Last Updated: February 18, 2019




Our office is located at Quaker (O’Toole’s) Plaza in Queensbury, New York.

About North Country Vision Center

Operating since: 2011

We're stylin' here at NCVC. That means we always have the latest frames in stock!
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  • Visa

More About North Country Vision Center

At NCVC we are passionate about providing superior quality products in a professional, relaxed hometown atmosphere. While emphasizing on continuing education and new technology we will remain flexible and cost effective. Our highest compliment we can receive is when our customer refers a friend or family member to us for vision care.

Michelle G. Bureau, optician and owner has been licensed by NYS since 1992. Michelle has worked as an optician and manager over the past 19 years and has gained experience in all aspects of the eyeglass business. Michelle graduated from Newcomb Central School, Newcomb NY, with a regent’s diploma in 1989 then continued on with her undergraduate studies at Mater Dei College, Ogdensburg NY, where she graduated with an AAS degree in Ophthalmic Dispensing in 1991. In 1992 Michelle earned her NYS ophthalmic dispensing license for contacts and eyeglasses and has been a practicing licensed optician since.

North Country Vision Care is a participating provider for the following insurances:
  • CSEA
  • Davis Vision
  • EyeMed / Blue View
  • MVP
  • The NY State Vision Plan
  • Superior Vision
  • VSP (Out of Network)

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