Welcome to Eye-Site of Boynton Beach.
Your Optometrist in Boynton Beach, FL

Dear Patients and Customers,

Your health and safety is our top priority and because of this, we are implementing new procedures in accordance with the CDC guidelines to make your experience at Eye-Site a safe and positive one. 

  • Pre-screening all staff and patients for symptoms, exposure, or recent travel
  • All customers required to wear a face mask to enter
  • Personal protective equipment for staff
  • Use of hand sanitizer for anyone entering the store
  • Increased disinfection/sanitization of all commonly encountered surfaces including doorknobs, handles, tabletops, desks, touch pads, faucets, toilet, etc…
  • Frames properly sanitized before and after use
  • Paperwork available electronically 
  • Curbside pick-up for glasses and contact lenses OR the option of direct shipping for contact lens orders

We greatly appreciate your understanding as we work to incorporate these procedures.

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Hannah Dupuy

    Dr. Hannah Dupuy earned her undergraduate degree in Biology at Nazareth College of Rochester in New York. She went on to receive her Doctor of Optometry degree from New England College of Optometry in Boston. The following year, she completed a residency in Community Health Optometry in Lynn, Massachusetts.

  • Dr.
    Patrick Dupuy

    Dr. Patrick Dupuy is originally from Queens, NY. He first graduated from Coastal Carolina in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology before continuing on to receive his Doctorate of Optometry from the New England College of Optometry in 2018.

  • Lauren Finell
    Licensed Dispensing Optician

    Lauren earned her undergraduate degree at The University of South Florida. She later learned that her love for fashion, eyes and helping people would make her very well suited for a career in opticianry. 

  • Tara Feliciano
    Licensed Dispensing Optician

    Tara earned her Dispensing Optician license in 2020 and has been working in the optical industry since 2014. Her philosophy is that we should treat every pair of glasses with the utmost care. One aspect of her work that is most satisfying is creating a pair of glasses that is unique to each patient's needs and exceeds their expectations.



Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Super amazing staff. Friendly, patient, and professional. They make you feel welcomed from the moment you walk in."
    - Mickey Carcases
  • "I highly recommend this store. The staff is patient , careful and helpful. The end result for me was perfect fitting frames with transition and progressive lenses."
    - Steve Weiss
  • "I have worked with Patrick, and Lauren. This experience has been indeed an excellent one. The excellent and accurate Eye exam was a breath of fresh air, and I was very impressed with Patrick's insight, and knowledge, and very professional care. Lauren is also a breath of fresh air in the way that she filled my prescription, and followed up via phone, until the Lenses were complete from the Lab and delivered. The new lenses are perfect. I highly recommend this practice and I am totally satisfied. John Z"
    - Rock Lives
  • "I've never had a more thorough and pleasant eye exam. The staff is professional and not pushy, they treat you like a neighbor and a potential repeat customer. I'm hoping to get my new glasses today. As soon as the shop opens, I will call to make a fitting appt. I feel like it is Christmas Eve."
    - Deb B.


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Hours of Operation

Our Summer Schedule

Please Note: Optical closed 1-2PM for lunch daily


9:00 am-5:00 PM


11:00 am-7:00 PM


11:00 am-7:00 PM


11:00 am-7:00 pm


9:00 am-5:00 PM





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