Welcome to Accomac Optometric Center
Your Optometrist in Accomac, VA

Call us at (757) 787-7040 today.

The dedicated doctors and staff of Accomac Optometric Center have been proudly serving the Eastern Shore of Virginia since 1988! Our optometrists, the father and daughter team of Dr. Mark Keyes and Dr. Kaitlin Keyes, believe in providing only the most thorough and compassionate eye care. We enjoy getting to know our patients so that we can best meet their visual goals and ensure excellent eye health for years to come!

Our friendly and experienced staff are committed to fulfilling all of your eye care and optical needs. Drs. Mark and Kaitlin Keyes perform comprehensive pediatric and adult eye health examinations, expertly fit glasses and contact lenses, as well as diagnose and treat a wide array of eye emergencies and diseases. We also provide surgical consultation and co-managment for cataracts and LASIK.

Accomac Optometric Center offers a unique selection of eyeglass frames and designer sunglasses in our bespoke, state-of-the art optical. Our skilled optical staff will help you find the most appropriate frames and lenses for your visual demands and distinctive style.

Schedule an appointment and experience for yourself our commitment to providing the highest quality eye care!

Drs. Mark and Kaitlin Keyes
Accomac Optometrist | Accomac Optometric Center | (757) 787-7040
23079 Courthouse Avenue
Accomac, VA 23301

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Open one Wednesday a month by appointment only.

Accomac Optometric Center

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:

8:00 am - 4:30 pm


8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Open one Wednesday a month

By appointment only

Saturday, Sunday:


  • April Morgan, RO, ABOC
    Licensed Optician / Optical Manager

    April has been with Accomac Optometric Center since its inaugural year in 1988. She is a licensed optician, certified with the American Board of Opticianry, as well as our office manager.

    April resides in Accomac with her two kitties, Lenny and Luna

  • Wynne


  • Mowbray
    Office Troublemaker

  • Cantrell
    Ophthalmic Technician


  • Dr.
    Kaitlin E. Keyes

    Dr. Kaitlin Keyes was born and raised on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

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  • Dr.
    Mark W. Keyes

    Dr. Mark Keyes grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and completed his undergraduate studies at Salisbury University.

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  • Sandy
    Business Manager/Frame Buyer

    Bio Coming Soon

  • Mindy
    Ophthalmic Technician

    Bio coming soon..

  • Esther
    Front Desk Manager

    Bio coming soon..

  • Naya

    Optometric Assistant

  • Jameson and Sam
    Staff Support

    Bio coming soon..


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