Dr. Craig Hanley


We are now back to our normal pre-Covid-19 hours. Masks are required in the office and we are still cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces and instruments that patients come in contact with. Please limit family members accompanying you unless needed for reasons of mobility or translation. For everyone’s well-being, if you have a fever or cough please do not come into the office. Be well.

We are pleased to welcome you to our office!  Dr. Hanley is a Florida native who sold his busy Fort Lauderdale practice a decade ago to relocate to Indian River County with his wife and two daughters for the improved quality of life that the area offers. He leases space within the Sam’s Club optical where you do not need to be a member in order to see him.

If you’re looking for quality care, a very thorough examination and a personal touch, we hope you’ll give us a call. We look forward to the opportunity of serving your family’s vision needs. Dr. Hanley provides each patient with quality vision care and exceptional customer service. Our staff is experienced in all areas of vision care. We look forward to serving you.

Insurance Plans
We are a participating provider with Medicare, Humana, Blue Cross Blue Shield,  United Healthcare Medicare Advantage plans, and Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO for medical eye care.
In addition, for routine vision exams we are a provider for Spectera, VSP, and Davis Vision.


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Appointment Information
Because our office now uses electronic medical records, you can also request an appointment by Clicking Here


Facilities and Equipment

  The affiliated Sam’s optical has a large selection of modern frames and features Zeiss lenses.  While one does need to be a Sam’s member to purchase spectacles it is well worth it given their excellent service, friendly staff and amazing value.
Eye Doctor
Craig T. Hanley, OD


Dr. Hanley has passed the Florida Medical Association and Florida Optometric Association Optometry Oral Drug Course. For the first time in Florida he, along with a select number of colleagues, will be able to prescribe oral medications for specific diseases of the eyes.