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Meet The Docs
  1. Dr. Ronald Hall
    Dr. Ronald Hall
  2. Dr. Joseph Rowey
    Dr. Joseph Rowey
  3. Dr. Dena Hall
    Dr. Dena Hall
  4. Dr. Eric Hall
    Dr. Eric Hall
  5. Dr. Holly Dwan
    Dr. Holly Dwan
  6. Jonathan Cabral
    Jonathan Cabral
    Practice Manager
Doctor of Optometry/Partner at Vision Associates Inc

Providence College
Graduated in 1974

New England School of Optometry
Graduated in 1975

Specialized field in Optometry:
Contact Lenses

Doctor Of Optometry/Partner at Vision Associates Inc

University of Rhode Island
Mass College of Optometry
Graduated in 1965

New England School of Optometry
Graduated in 1970

Doctor of Optometry/Partner at Vision Associates

University of Rhode Island
Graduated in 1989

New England School of Optometry
Graduated in 1993

Dr. Eric J. Hall has been an optometrist with Vision Associates since 1999.   Dr. Hall practices all aspects of primary eye care and his license includes treatment and management of ocular disease including Glaucoma. 
Doctor of Optometry

College and Year of Graduation:
Assumption College
Graduated in 1994

New England College of Optometry

Eye Exams

Periodic eye and vision examinations are an important part of preventive health care. Many eye and vision problems have no obvious signs or symptoms, so you might not know a problem exists. Early diagnosis and treatment of eye and vision problems can help prevent vision loss.

Each patient's signs and symptoms, along with your optometrist's professional judgment, will determine what tests your optometrist conducts. A comprehensive adult eye and vision examination may include, but is not limited to, the following tests.
Patient History
The doctor will ask about any eye or vision problems you are currently having and about your overall health. In addition, a patient history will include when your eye or vision symptoms began, medications you are taking, and any work-related or environmental conditions that may be affecting your vision. The doctor will also ask about any previous eye or health conditions you and your family members have experienced.

Visual Acuity

Visual acuity measurements evaluate how clearly each eye is seeing. Reading charts are often used to measure visual acuity. As part of the testing, you will read letters on charts at a distance and near. 

The results of visual acuity testing are written as a fraction, such as 20/40. The top number in the fraction is the standard distance at which testing is done (20 feet). The bottom number is the smallest letter size you were able to read. A person with 20/40 visual acuity would have to get within 20 feet to see a letter that should be seen clearly at 40 feet. Normal distance visual acuity is 20/20.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send us a message. We will reply within 24 hours.
3 Convenient Locations

Greenville Location
(401) 949-1616
12 Smith Avenue
Greenville, RI

Cranston Location
1265 Reservoir Ave
Cranston, RI 02920

Woonsocket Location
(401) 769-2755
148 Social Street 
Woonsocket, RI



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