Vision a senior sight journal

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Free Eye Exam Program Here at Eye Health Dr. Quigley and his associates offer free eye exams to new patients who are U.S. citizens and over the age of 65.  Thomas Quigley has been offering free eye exams to deserving seniors for close to 25 years.  This program offers seniors living in southwest Florida to obtain a comprehensive eye exam regardless of the inability to pay. Dr. Quigley and his associates have been providing this service to the community as their way of giving back.  All the physicians at eye health feel that this community service program for seniors is what sets us apart from other practices within the community. The comprehensive eye exam includes a prescription for glasses, test for eye disease such as glaucoma and cataracts.  We have physicians within the practice that treat and follow medical retina problems as well as lid surgery and lesions. Our board certified physicians are knowledgeable and compassionate while servicing all of your eye care needs. During the years we have expanded or community service programs to include free cataract surgery, back to school eye exams for children of the needy community and back to school back pack campaign. The campaign focus is to provide back packs for children that would not otherwise be able to afford or have supplies to begin school. We have even been able to provide free eyeglasses to those children in need after the exam through the generosity of our lab partners and vendors who donate frames and lenses. Dr. Quigley and his staff treat their guests like family and take great care of you from the time you make your appointment to the time you leave our optical. We will send you a reminder to visit it next year at your scheduled time and will have fresh coffee and cookies ready for your arrival.




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