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Cleburne Office

817-641-2020

Glen Rose Location

254-898-8733

Welcome to Cataract & Eye Center
Your Local Ophthalmologist and Optometrist in Cleburne, TX

Call us at 817-641-2020 today.


At Cataract & Eye Center and Cleburne Optical of Cleburne, Texas, we have your eye health and visual needs covered.  Our comprehensive eye exams thoroughly evaluate the health of your eyes and accurately determine any potential need for vision correction.  Our doctors use cutting edge technology to aid in the evaluation of your vision needs.  Our staff is highly trained to serve your eye care needs and they will provide you with personal, professional eye care in a friendly Christian environment.  Our mission is to help you achieve optimal eye health and vision.

We are the only comprehensive eye health clinic in Johnson County which offers services ranging from glasses and contact lens prescriptions, to medical and surgical solutions to eye health problems.  Our clinic services patients with special eye health problems in the back of the eye as well.  Our comprehensive approach to eye care makes it convenient for most of the residents of Cleburne and its surrounding communities to receive first rate eye care without having to travel to the Dallas or Ft. Worth area.

Dr. Surratt has performed over 13,000 cataract surgeries locally. Dr. Surratt performs surgery at Texas Health Surgery Center Cleburne, and Texas Health Huguley. Texas Retina Associates come to our office every Thursday. 

Cleburne Optical is now open and is taking most vision plans. We have a satellite office in Glen Rose.

Steve G. Surratt, M.D. | Lance Mitchel, O.D. 
Cataract & Eye Center | 817-641-2020

1665 Woodard Ave
Cleburne, TX 76033

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8 - 5

Tuesday:

8 - 5

Wednesday:

8 - 5

Thursday:

8 - 5

Friday:

8 - 5

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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