A Quarterly Newsletter From Grand Rapids Ophthalmology
Welcome winter and 2015! We now have 10 convenient locations with physicians and staff dedicated to excellence. Thank you for choosing Grand Rapids Ophthalmology. We look forward to serving you and your family in 2015 and for the lifetime of your eye care.
Holly Wall (Hoffman), OD
Dr. Wall (Hoffman) provides routine eye exams for all ages, contact lens fittings, management of ocular disease and pre- and post-operative medical exams. She received her Doctor of Optometry at The Michigan College of Optometry in 2010 and her undergraduate degree at Calvin College. Dr. Wall served as an optometrist in the US Air Force for four years before joining Grand Rapids Ophthalmology.
Andrew Wilke, OD
Dr. Wilke provides eye care for the whole family from routine eye exams and specialty contact lens fittings to the management of ocular disease and low vision services. In addition, he provides pre- and post-operative care for surgical patients. Dr. Wilke received his Doctor of Optometry from The Michigan College of Optometry and completed his undergraduate degree at MSU.
Enter to win and if your name is randomly selected, we’ll schedule a consult. If your eyes are eligible for LASIK, we’ll do the procedure at no charge. That’s a prize valued at $4,300! Enjoy the freedom to do what you love in 2015 — without glasses. Hurry, sweepstakes entry period ends January 31, 2015. Enter today at www.seeitclear.com/winfreelasik.
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Stop by the optical department to get familiar with Otto, an iPad app that takes precise measurements to ensure you see the very best in your new glasses. Otto will take a picture with your frame choices, so you can compare all choices side by side. Plus, experience polarized sunglasses for safer, clearer driving and fun in the sun.
Our newest location at 6050 Northland Drive in Rockford is now open. Services and products range from routine eye exams, glasses, contacts, LASIK, along with medical and surgical eye care.
The cold wind outdoors and the low humidity indoors, can dry out and irritate your eyes leaving them itchy and scratchy. Here are two ways to protect your peepers:
See your doctor if you have any questions or if irritation persists.