Our Practice

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About Parkwood Vision Center

Parkwood Vision Center is conveniently located at 1102a South Friendswood Drive, Friendswood, TX 77546. Parkwood Vision Center provides all of the great care and service that you’ve come to expect from us, along with new and exciting services to better serve your vision care needs.

Our spacious new facilities provides plenty of easy and convenient parking to make your visit as trouble free as possible. Come enjoy our new waiting room designed with your comfort in mind, featuring ample comfortable seating a wide selection of magazines and our always stocked mini coffee bar. We always strive to make you feel comfortable visiting us, so we can provide you with a more valuable experience.

Our Philosophy

Clear Vision Begins with Healthy Eyes

This is not just a catch phrase. It is our philosophy. A lifetime of clear vision, depends on the overall health of your eyes. The visual system is an extremely complex machine. The coordination of the best optical prescription with your eye health as well as your overall health now and into the future is the key to preserving one’s sight for a lifetime. Dr. Pope, a 1994 graduate of University of Houston who also served as a Staff Optometrist at Brooke Army Medical Center, believes fully in maintaining the total health of your eyes. It’s not just about what you are seeing today, but what you are able to see in the future. Since 1998, Dr. Pope has continued to evolve Parkwood Vision Center into a family-oriented progressive practice. Special attention goes in to making each exam a personalized experience, solving your individual visual needs.

Pope Enterprises P has been recognized as one of the top Friendswood Optometry practices. Verified by Opencare.

The Admiral

The Admiral has been a loved member of our staff since 2004 after he stowed away on the HMS SUBURBAN. He has had a hard life, losing a leg, a hand, and an eye! Now, he quietly stands in our lobby watching over us. He lost his leg when an alligator bit it off while he was fishing. He lost his hand, which is replaced with a steel hook, to a shark. Then he lost his eye the very next day… “Twas da first day wid me new hook!” Come by and see for yourself.


We are a member of the Memorial Eye Center network. Together we serve the diverse communities in Houston and the surrounding areas, helping our friends and neighbors see their world better.