Rockport Family Eye Care
Contact: Michael Marden
377 Commercial St
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: 207-236-8879
Hours: 7:30-4:30 (open thru lunch)

Dr. Michael E. Marden was born and raised locally.  He graduated from Belfast High School, received his Bachelors Degree from the University of Maine at Orono, and his Doctor of Optometry Degree from The Massachusetts College of Optometry.  He has three grown sons and lives with his wife, Ramona, in Morrill, Maine.  He has examined patients' eyes in the mid-coast for over 30 years.  Dr. Marden's practice focus is primary eye care for both children and adults.  He offers emergency care evenings and weekends.  His hobbies include cutting firewood with his brother in the winter months and umpiring youth baseball and softball in the summer months.

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Other Locations
Belfast Family Eye Care
11 Swan Lake Ave
Belfast Maine 04915
Hours: 8:00 - 4:00 Closed Fridays
Phone: 207-338-1900
Fax: 338-1946


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