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Welcome to Clarity Eye Care
Your Optometrist in Sunnyside, WA

Call us at (509) 836-2818 today.

Our Mission Statement

We at Clarity Eye Care commit to deliver superior eye care by providing our patients with their best potential vision; and to partner with our patients to prevent loss of sight caused by eye disease.

Clarity Eye Care provides the highest level of full-scope optometric care. We perform routine eye care, diabetic eye exams, contact lens fittings, diagnose/manage eye diseases, co-manage eye surgeries, and measure/fabricate/dispense eyeglasses.

At Clarity Eye Care we look forward to providing quality eye care to the entire community. Our goal is to make your visit convenient, personal and professional.


Dr. Douglas Duggan
Sunnyside Optometrist | Clarity Eye Care | (509) 836-2818
2695 E Lincoln Ave, Ste C
Sunnyside, WA 98944

Clarity Eye Care uses some of the most advanced technology available for primary eye care.

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Douglas Duggsn

    In 1991, Dr. Duggan graduated from high school in Twin Falls, Idaho.  Directly upon graduating, he enrolled at North-West College of Medical Assistants in Pomona, California. After completion of the optometric technician program, Dr. Duggan worked in field with certification from the American Board of Opticianry for the next ten years. Throughout most of this decade, he continued his education in pursuit of further knowledge in the field and for the optometry degree. In December of 1997, Dr. Duggan graduated from Idaho State University with a bachelor degree in science. In the spring of 2003, he completed his education with a Doctorate of Optometry from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee. He is licensed to prescribe eye glasses, contact lenses, and medications to treat ocular conditions and diseases of the eye. Our Doctor is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Optometric Physicians of Washington. Dr. Duggan currently resides in West Richland, Washington 


Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    All the staff were very helpful and answered all of our questions. They were able to see my son same day which was awesome! Will be back! Thank you!

    Lizet C.

    Very helpful and friendly staff, good glasses selection, and speedy service! So thankful to have a quality shop in Sunnyside!

    Laura E.

    Great experience! Friendly helpful staff, great Eye Doctor, was highly recommended to me & I highly recommend!!

    Kristy Lee

    Great staff! I couldn’t be more thank for what they did for my mom. You guys are the best! Keep up the great work! My god bless you guy!

    Victoria U.

    Great service!! Really professional friendly staff

    Tammy M.

    Thanks to clarity eye my eye problem is fixed no more (bloodshot) eyes! An same day glasses:) thanks guys. Thank you amber for making my glasses!

    Lizeth V.

    Awesome service, friendly staff. Our whole family comes here for our glasses and contacts.

    Theresa M.

    Very helpful and friendly staff! The facility was very clean and organized! I loved my visit! Only does the care necessary!

    Kota J.

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Sunnyside Office


8:30 am-6:00 pm


8:30 am-6:00 pm


8:30 am-6:00 pm


8:30 am-6:00 pm


8:30 am-6:00 pm