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Noble Vision — Full-service optometry in the heart of Greensburg, PA

Remember when your mom told you to eat your carrots?

Originally located at 29 West 2nd Street, the practice was owned by the Markowitz family for over 50 years. In January 2013, Dr. Natalie Noble purchased the practice and opened the Noble Vision Center. In March 2016, we moved from our office on the corner of West 2nd to a larger renovated space at 124 South Pennsylvania Ave. We are now better able to accommodate our patients and offer new specialty services, such as Low Vision for visually impaired patients.

Noble Vision Center resides on a quaint and busy street in the Historic District of downtown Greensburg, PA. Seton Hill University, the newly renovated Westmoreland Museum of American Art, and numerous small businesses including boutique clothing stores, jewelry and gift shoppes, fantastic restaurants, unique coffee shops & art galleries all help to make downtown Greensburg a desirable cultural and shopping destination. We are located a half a block from the Westmoreland County Courthouse. Please take the time to explore our downtown area when you're in town, its truly a wonderful place to visit.

Optometry Services

  • Complete eye examinations for adults and children
  • Emergency Visits and Walk-ins
  • Custom Frame Styling Services
  • Diverse Selection of Unique & Designer Frame Lines
  • Vision Therapy / Binocular Vision Evaluations / Low Vision Services
  • Foreign Body Removal
  • LASIK and Cataract Evaluations
  • Dry Eye Treatments
  • Myopia Control Treatment for Children
  • Contact Lens Fitting: including bifocal, astigmatism, and specialty contact fittings
  • Diagnostic Testing for Ocular Diseases including:
  • Fundus Photography
  • Optical Coherence Tomography
  • Visual Fields Testing
  • Corneal Topography

Treatment & Management of Ocular Diseases

  • Glaucoma
  • Dry Eye
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Thyroid Eye Disease
  • Keratoconus
  • Among others (Allergy, Ocular Inflammation, Red Eyes, etc.)

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"I started seeing Dr. Natalie Noble in January 2014 after my contact lens fitter of many years had retired and I was referred to Dr. Noble by him.This was a stressful time for me because I had been dealing with keratoconus in both eyes for many years and the thought of having to start again with a new doctor who wasn't familiar with my long, complex history seemed nearly overwhelming. I am a "high-maintenance" patient needing gas-permeable contacts that have at times been quite challenging to fit.

"I have to say that I felt immediately at home when I walked through the office door for my first appointment. Office staff, Sally and Paige, were welcoming and very friendly. After meeting Dr. Noble and discussing my history and after a thorough exam, I knew I was in the care of a competent and caring person who would work with me to achieve the best possible vision and comfort.

"Something I appreciated most about Dr. Noble was that she helped me understand that there were several options available and if one didn't work out, we would try another. How I continue to appreciate that encouragement and hope as I live with the challenge of major eye issues!

"Thank You, Dr. Noble, Sally and Paige. Your skills, kindness and friendship make this difficult road easier to travel. With your help, I really think I'll make it through!"

- Jean Buhite, Kittanning, PA


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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "We use Anderson Optometry for all of our family’s vision needs. Recently, we had to have our youngest fitted for new glasses and he made the experience fun for her and informative for us. We know Dr. Anderson will always take good care of our family’s eye care and that’s why we wouldn’t go to anywhere else."
    The Harrison Family

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