Robert Grossmann, OD

Board Certified optometric physician

  • Doctor of Optometry, Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, IL
  • Union College, Schenectady, NY

Dr. Grossmann has been a staple of our Daytona office for years and a favorite of many of our patients. We can’t imagine the office without him.

Dr. Grossmann is married with three children. He enjoys golf, tennis, skiing, travel, and family time.

 

"...enhance and protect the gift of sight so patients could experience the beauty of the world around them."

Why I Became an Eye Doctor...

As I entered my last year of college, reality struck me across my head and I understood this chapter of my life was coming to an end. My dance card was empty, but my options were limitless. I could always move back home and work in my family’s business, a jewelry store in New York City. I spent most of my life there working during the busy seasons, when needed. My heart was not pulling me in that direction. I visited Dr. Greene, our family optometrist located in the back of a jewelry store down the block from my parent’s store. I was intrigued with the instruments that he used to examine his patient’s eyes. I was impressed with his passion as he explained his profession’s job description: enhance and protect the gift of sight so patients could experience the beauty of the world around them. At that moment, my future came into clear focus.

 
Robert Grossmann, OD
BOARD CERTIFIED OPTOMETRIC PHYSICIAN

What type of consultation would you like to schedule?

Virtual Consultation

Meet with one of our surgical counselors via video conference to discuss your options and next steps before coming into our office. Free for vision correction & cataract surgery consultations.

Office Consultation

Come into one of our three locations for a comprehensive eye exam to determine your best course of action. Consultation visits are free for vision correction & can generally be charged to insurance for cataract evaluations.

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