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Welcome to Brighton Eye Care
Your Optometrist in FALMOUTH, ME

Call us at (207)-797-2990 today.

Doctors Kimberley D. Goss, Anne-Louise Goulet, and Renee C. Whelan are pleased to welcome you to our practice.

Our commitment is not just in meeting your expectations, but in exceeding them! Because we know how much your eye health and appearance can mean to the quality of your life, we are committed to excellence in servicing your complete eye care needs.

Dr. Renee Whelan
FALMOUTH Optometrist | Brighton Eye Care | (207)-797-2990
75 LEIGHTON RD
FALMOUTH, ME 04105 2207

Meet The Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Kimberley D. Goss,
    O.D.
    Optometrist

    Dr. Goss began practicing optometry in 2008. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Illinois College of Optometry, where she was a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society and the Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society.

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  • Dr.
    Anne-Louise Goulet,
    O.D.
    Optometrist

    Dr. Goulet attended the University of Vermont 1983-1987 deans list premed curriculum. She then attended NEWENCO 1988-1992. She interned at the Leahey Clinic , the Boston VA. and the North End.

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  • Dr.
    Renee C. Whelan,
    O.D.
    Optometrist

    Dr. Whelan received her O.D. degree in 1984 from the New England College of Optometry in Boston where she was a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa honor society. She completed internships at the Providence VA hospital and the South End Clinic in Boston.

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Location

From the exit ramp of Maine Turnpike Exit 53 (formerly exit 10),
turn left onto Route 100 (Gray Road). Head 1/10th of a mile north
and turn left onto Leighton Road at the traffic light. We are approximately
2/10ths of a mile on the right.

Hours of Operation

Monday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I only waited only a minute or so before my testing began. The techs were friendly, efficient and explained the purpose of the tests. As always, Dr. Goulet was thorough and answered my questions in terms I could understand. Erin in the optical department has helped me several times over the years and I enjoy working with her."
    Theo F.
  • "Dr Whelan is incredibly thorough and professional. She is also willing to take the time to share her knowledge and expertise—something I value very much in a medical professional."
    Marjorie P.
  • "Dr. Goulet is terrfic -- Very knowledgeable, professional and pleasant."
    James M.
  • "As always Dr. Goss was extremely thorough with my eye exam. Answered all of my questions and provided excellent education. I would highly recommend Dr. Goss to those looking for a provider."
    Michael B.
  • "I was greeted when I entered and asked to fill out a simple standard health update form, which was to be expected after confirming any insurance changes/updates. I did not have to wait more than 15 minutes after arriving before I was starting the exam process. The exam went smoothly through all the expected steps."
    Michael D.

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