Forzley Eye Clinic has been providing the highest quality eye care with the most advanced technology available for our patients since 1991. A leader in providing comprehensive treatment of eye conditions and diseases, Dr. Sam Forzley and his staff strive for excellence to surpass patients’ expectations, delivering the highest quality of care, in and compassionate, competent and comfortable environment.

Doctor/Practice Overview:

Forzley Eye Clinic is a Primary Eye Care Clinic treating Glaucoma, Conjunctivitis "pink eye" to foreign body removal. Managing Laser Vision Correction, Cataracts, Macular degeneration and Diabetic Retinopathy specializing in contact lens.

From our Pediatric patients to Senior Citizens Forzley Eye Clinic has all your eye care needs.

  • Comprehensive Eye Care
  • Treatment of Ocular Diseases (Glaucoma, ARMD, Foreign Body)
  • Contact Lenses and The Optical Gallery for Eyewear
  • Cataract/Laser Vision Correction 



Solar Eclipse Safety: American Optometric Association Encourages Safe and Fun Viewing of August Eclipse

Dr. Forzley Wants to Help You Take in the Stellar Moment


On August 21, a total solar eclipse will touch the U.S. mainland for the first time since 1979, following a path that crosses the country from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. Tens of millions of people who live within a 70-mile radius of its cross-country track will witness the eclipse in totality (the sun completely blocked by the moon) while millions of others outside of it will enjoy a partial eclipse. The American Optometric Association (AOA), America’s family eye doctors, is urging Americans to view the eclipse with proper eye protection to avoid any temporary or permanent eye damage from the sun.

As one of America's primary eye health and vision care experts, Dr. Forzley is excited to help everyone enjoy the eclipse safely by protecting their eyes.

To ensure spectators won’t miss the remarkable sight, the AOA is sharing a few tips for safe viewing:

  • Get centered and enjoy the view. Within the path of totality, you can safely witness the two or more minutes when the moon completely covers the sun with the naked eye. Otherwise, your eyes should always be protected by verified viewing tools. Never look directly at the sun without eye protection, even briefly. Visit to access eclipse duration charts.
  • Know your duration. Outside of the path of totality, always use solar filters. O.D.s want to reinforce that the only safe way to look directly at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed sun is through special-purpose solar filters or other ISO-certified filters, such as “eclipse glasses” or handheld solar viewers. The AOA encourages ordering solar eclipse glasses in advance and recommends referring to the American Astronomical Society’s (AAS) site for a list of manufacturers.
  • Be aware of harmful solar exposure. If you stare at the sun without protection, you may experience damage to your retina (the tissue at the back of your eye) called “solar retinopathy.” This damage can occur without any sensation of pain, since the retina does not have pain receptors. The injury can be temporary or permanent. Visit your local doctor of optometry immediately if an accident occurs.
  • Visit your doctor of optometry. Check in with Dr. Forzley for information about safely viewing the eclipse. If you experience any problems with your eyes or vision after the eclipse, our office will be able to provide you with the medical care you need.

To access additional information and educational materials on the solar eclipse, visit