Lifetime Vision and Eye Care provides the highest quality, professional and compassionate optometry care to ensure that you and your family are in good health.
Dr. Benjamin is a Miami native and a graduate of Nova Southeastern University's College of Optometry. He has earned dual bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Vision Sciences as well as his Doctorate of Optometry. He has also completed his residency in ocular disease at the third largest Veteran's Affairs Hospital in the country, the Bill Hefner VA Medical Center in Salisbury, North Carolina.
Dr. Benjamin is passionate about disease prevention and the maintenance of a high quality of life for his patients. He also believes in the patient experience and making sure he is surrounded by the best team that can deliver high standards of care and customer service.
When he is not at the office, Dr. Benjamin serves as a mentor, leader, and coach to individuals who desire to reach their goals and live up to their maximum potential. He and his wife, Sarah, have an overactive Golden Retriever who they are both allergic to, but love her too much to let her go.
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Meet our Miami native manager Kelly. She started in the ophthalmic field in 2014 as a licensed medical administrator and medical Biller/Coder graduating from Martinsburg College in West Virginia. She also has her certification in Office Management. She takes great pride in frame selection and styling patients. She’s known to have a bright personality that fills the office and our patients with joy. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, finding new ways to excel in personal and business development, and show off her extensive eyewear collection.
Stephanie is our front office patient coordinator. She will help you schedule your appointments, answer insurance questions, and make sure you get the help you need. She believes that anybody who is driven, willing and passionate about their job can excel in whatever it is that they do.