Lauren Freeland, OD

The most important person is the patient

“My passion for helping people is at the forefront for why I became an Optometrist. Ever since I was 12 years old, I knew Optometry would be the way for me to give back to the community for all I had been given. As a doctor, it is my duty to provide the best care in the most compassionate way possible. My goal is to help my patients achieve their goals and help them to function better. The most important person in the room is always the patient, not the doctor.”

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National Board of Examiners in Optometry Massachusetts Board of Optometry


Primary Care Optometry, Contact Lenses


New England College of Optometry, Boston, MA


Massachusetts Society of Optometrists