David Goodman, A.B.O.C., F.N.A.O. is an award-winning Certified Optician who has spent over 30 years providing optical care and working in all facets of the optical industry including large retail chains, prestigious optical boutiques and even managing an eyeglass laboratory. David is able to draw upon his years of professional training to provide the highest quality optical care.
He established Mobile Eyewear Services to help seniors, disabled adults and nursing home residents, as well as the general public, receive comprehensive eye care in the convenience of their home or retirement facility. David makes choosing eyewear a fun, convenient and personable experience!
American Board of Opticianry – Certified Optician License #43276
National Academy of Opticianry – Fellowship Member
National Aging in Place Council – Member
Baltimore County Provider Council – Member
Coalition of Geriatric Services - Member
Senior Provider Information Network - Member
Jeremy Goldman, O.D.* is proud to bring comprehensive, primary eye care to those individuals who have difficulty traveling to a traditional office, and those who need special assistance.
Dr. Goldman received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the State University of New York College of Optometry. He completed his residency in hospital-based optometry at the Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center, focusing on age-related eye disease, diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, ocular infection and inflammation, and low-vision rehabilitation.
Dr. Goldman is a current faculty member of The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute. He has lectured on topics including glaucoma, dry eye, macular degeneration, and keratoconus. He is a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society, the American Optometric Association, the Maryland Optometric Association, and the Greater Baltimore Optometric Society. Dr. Goldman is also an officer in the United States Army Reserves.
Dr. DeAnne Leonard* combines her clinical skills, educational training and experiences to increase public awareness of the importance of optometric care and to enhance patient outcomes. She effectively balances her patient needs and expectations with the goal to preserve the visual function of her patients. Being detail oriented and trained in effective written and verbal communication enhance and support dialogue with other health care practitioners and create that successful blend of treatment options important to the visual outcome of elder adults.
Dr. Leonard holds a Masters of Arts in Education from the Ohio State University and a Doctor of Optometry degree from the New England College of Optometry. She has trained in patient care in health centers, VA hospitals, private and corporate offices, and mobile settings. She continues to train and focus on elder care and the delivery of eye care to the aging in our population.
*Independent Doctors of Optometry
“Mobile Eyewear Services was a life-saver! When I was stuck in the hospital and unable to get to an eyeglass store, Mobile Eyewear was there fast with a huge selection of glasses.”
- Peter E., Towson
“I have been wearing glasses since I was six years old. These are the best pair I have ever purchased.”
- Joel R., Owings Mills
“My mother is 94 years old. It is very hard to take her to the mall. She got an eye exam and glasses without leaving the house. Thanks Mobile Eyewear!”
- Doris T., Baltimore
“When David came to my office, he was professional, courteous and obviously loves what he does. Thanks so much for your help!”
- Darlene S., Highlandtown
“With so many frames to choose from, it felt like an optical store right in my home.”
- Lucy H., Baltimore
“Convenience, value and selection. I am a customer for life.”
- Ron H., Pikesville