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Laurel Eye Clinic holds grand opening

May 10, 2012

Photo by Victoria Stanish - St. Marys City Councilman Dan Hepner, left, sits at an eye examination station while Dr. Parag D. Parekh explains new treatments and procedures at the grand opening of the Laurel Eye Clinic in downtown St. Marys Thursday afternoon.

ST. MARYS – Doctors and staff welcomed area residents to the new St. Marys location of the Laurel Eye Clinic at a grand opening held Thursday afternoon.
The clinic, housed in the Canadensis Building at 241 Depot St. in downtown St. Marys, is now accepting patients and offers routine family eye care, cataract evaluations, glaucoma management, macular degeneration management and free LASIK consultations.
The facility's eye-care specialists are Daniel L. Amsler, OD, Janice D. Dunkle, OD, and ophthalmologist Parag D. Parekh, MD, MPA.
Laurel Eye Clinic moved out of town in 2007 and is now back with a new branch office to serve area residents.
"We're happy to be back," said Mark Powell, outreach coordinator/marketing manager/refractive manager.
The facility will hold office hours every Wednesday and two Thursdays a month to start.

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