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We are doctors who have specialty training and who take seriously our responsibility to protect your vision and eye health.

We are opticians who use our knowledge and experience to educate, guide, measure, fit, and adjust so that you love your new glasses and the vision they provide.

We are office staff who schedule your appointments, prepare your reports, process your insurance, confirm your appointments, answer your questions. And a million other things.

We are optometric technicians who update your medical history, do preliminary testing before each exam, teach you how to handle and care for your contact lenses, perform specialty testing to help detect the presence of eye disease such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy.

We are vision therapists who help you develop better vision skills so that you can learn better in the classroom, perform better in sports, and be more comfortable at the computer.

Together, we provide comprehensive eye care for all members of your family, with specialty services for infants, seniors, children with learning problems, athletes who want to excel, patients with brain injury or stroke. We treat a broad range of medical eye problems from simple eye infections and allergies to dry eyes and eye injuries. We co-manage cataract, LASIK, and glaucoma patients.

We accept many vision insurance plans, and most major medical insurance plans, including Medicare.

We are here Monday through Friday, with evening hours.

Crofton Optometrists | Crofton Family Eyecare | 410-721-2500

1702 Transportation Blvd, Suite I
Crofton, MD 21114

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Meet The Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Nina Nghi Doyle

    Dr. Nina Nghi Doyle was born in San Francisco and raised in Orange, California, a sunny city in Orange County. She attended Orange High School where she graduated valedictorian of her class. As a Regent Scholar at the University of California at Irvine, she earned the degrees Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and a Bachelor of Arts in English. She served as President of her sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta, earning the distinction of Outstanding Greek Senior of the Year in 1998. 


  • Dr.
    Andrew Doyle

    Dr. Andrew Doyle joins Crofton Family Eye Care after having spent the past 13 years with the US Department of Veteran Affairs at the Glen Burnie VA Outpatient Clinic. Dr. Doyle graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 2001 and completed a residency program in Ocular Disease at the Baltimore VA Hospital in 2002. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.


  • Dr.
    Sadia Haque

    Dr. Sadia Haque (pronounced hawk) joined Crofton Family Eye Care in the Fall of 2018. A Maryland native, Dr. Haque graduated from the University of Maryland College Park and received her optometry doctorate from the Western University of Health Sciences College of Optometry. She completed a residency in Pediatrics and Vision Rehabilitation at the Bowersox Vision Center in Kentucky.


  • Dr.
    Elliott Klonsky

    One of the things that I enjoy most about practicing optometry is that I get to know family members on a personal basis as well as on a professional basis. I have been here so long (37 years) that I have examined children, seen them grow up, go to college, marry, and have children of their own who I now see as patients! Of course, I have stayed the same age through all of this!



Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "The staff has been there for years which shows loyalty and job satisfaction. I feel like the staff really knows me and I feel comfortable. A very friendly atmosphere and I enjoy my visit."
  • "The customer service is impeccable and our family feels like they are important and not just another patient. We are extremely happy with all aspects of the eye care center."
  • "The entire staff is very friendly and helpful. They made us feel comfortable and helped us understand my daughter's eye problem and how to pick the best glasses for her face."
  • "The office staff was friendly and helpful. It would be unfair to point anyone out, because experience was universally great."

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