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Since 2016, Lucent Vision has been committed to serving the diverse community of Long Beach and its surrounding cities. It is our mission to deliver the benefits of clear and unaided vision with a personalized experience. Before our arrival in Long Beach, there was no state-of-the-art facility in the region providing these services with our level of customization. We are located just a few blocks south of the traffic circle and adjacent to the “Big Rec” golf course on the east side of Long Beach. Our highly-rated team is lead by Dr. Nimesh Pathak, a board-certified ophthalmologist and vision correction surgeon who has been practicing in Long Beach since 2010. We look forward to being your guides on the journey to clear vision.
We are located at:
5175 East Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 102
Long Beach, CA 90804
From Downtown Long Beach:
Lucent Vision is conveniently located just 4 miles from the heart of Long Beach. Your drive to get clearer vision will be convenient and quick.
From the Airport:
The newly renovated Long Beach airport is less than 3 miles from our office, making it simple for patients to travel to and from our location.
Further south in Orange County, John Wayne Airport is only 22 miles from Lucent Vision’s state of the art vision correction center.
Well-known Employers in the Long Beach Area Include:
Port of Long Beach
Long Beach Unified School District
Cal State Long Beach
City of Long Beach
Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
Long Beach City College
United States Postal Service
Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Saint Mary Medical Center
California State University, Long Beach
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Long Beach is a booming hub of industry and culture that is tucked along the sun-drenched coast with Los Angeles to the north and Orange County to the south. The Port of Long Beach acts as a major gateway for Us-Asian trade and generates about 100 billion dollars of economic activity a year, not to mention thousands of jobs. The city boasts 345 days of sunshine every year on average, and multiple beautiful outdoor green spaces, including El Dorado Park, to enjoy all that sunshine. Long Beach has been voted one of America’s “Most Walkable Cities,” and has eight distinct neighborhoods to explore. The city features a world-class university in California State University, Long Beach, as well as the most visited aquarium in the region, The Aquarium of the Pacific. And we haven’t even mentioned Long Beach’s most famous attraction, the Queen Mary! Those people who have visited Long Beach can attest that there is no other city like it.
Be sure to visit these well-known Long Beach locations with your new and improved vision…
The Queen Mary – This iconic ocean liner sailed the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967 before retiring to Long Beach. Not only are there fun and educational tours of the ship, but you can also stay overnight in its rooms and suites. But be careful, some people believe the ship is haunted!
Aquarium of the Pacific – The aquarium has been a fixture of Long Beach for over 25 years. Come and see its various indoor and outdoor exhibits. The variety and beauty of its holdings is truly breathtaking. Don’t miss the recently opened Pacific Visions exhibit which features a state-of-the-art immersive theater, interactive art installations, and engaging multimedia displays.
Downtown Waterfront – Take a walk along the waterfront. You can go whale watching or go shopping on Pine avenue. Or have drinks and dinner at Shoreline Village. This bustling waterfront has something for everyone, no matter the age.
Recreation Park Golf Course, Heartwell Golf Course, El Dorado Park Golf Course – Enjoy the beautiful weather while playing golf at one of the cities beautiful golf courses.