Meet Dr. Quinn
Marguerite M. Quinn is a staff optometrist at our Middletown, RI Eye Health Vision Centers facility. Her professional interests include medical optometry, rigid gas-permeable contact lenses, and other specialty contact lens prescription and fitting. Dr. Quinn is a member of the Rhode Island Optometric Association. She is a native Rhode Islander and lives on Aquidneck Island with her husband, three children, and their labradoodle.
Areas of Expertise
As a medical optometrist, Dr. Quinn is able to diagnose and treat ocular and vision disorders, like glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and dry eye. She also has many years of experience with rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses and other specialty contact lenses, such as those designed for patients with myopia, hyperopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism.
Dr. Quinn completed her undergraduate studies at Villanova University and graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in English. She was then admitted to the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA where she was awarded her doctor of optometry degree.
"My visit at eye health was great! From the moment I walked in to the moment I checked out, everyone was so professional and courteous. Dr. Quinn was excellent! Would highly recommend, you will not be disappointed it."
"Always there for you"
"Our optometrist, Dr. Quinn Marguerite, was patient and thorough. I took my child to her for an appointment as well, and Dr. Marguerite was wonderful with her. We will definitely go back next year."
"My experience was great! I've been going to Eye Health for many years and have always been impressed by the high level of competence and knowledge as well as the friendliness of all personnel. This includes doctor, optical, technicians and front desk. I highly recommend Dr Quinn and the optical professionals!"
"Outstanding service and top notch professionalism. I was very impressed with the customer service and the quality of care. Dr. Quinn conducted a very thorough exam and took the time to answer all my questions."