"Our friendly doctors and staff will help you improve and maintain your most important asset - your vision."
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) May 25, 2012
Demand Compels Optical Specialists to Open New Office To fulfill growing patient demand, Harris Optical, a branch of San Antonio Eye Center P.A., has expanded its practice to a new location near Ingram Park Mall. "Our friendly doctors and staff will help you improve and maintain your most important asset - your vision." San Antonio Eye Center P.A. positions several eye care clinics around the metroplex that work together to offer comprehensive ophthalmic and optometric care for South Texas residents. In December of 2011, Harris Optical, a subsidiary private practice of San Antonio Eye Center P.A., opened behind the Olive Garden near Ingram Park Mall to fulfill a growing patient demand. As the main doctor of this first full-service North West clinic, Dr. Dudley Harris, M.D. holds responsible eye care as vital for a high quality of life.
"Our friendly doctors and staff will help you improve and maintain your most important asset - your vision" he asserts. As area demand for various eye care services has spiked, Dr. Harris's priorities seem to echo those of his patients. The practice started as a shared part time office, open only one day of the week. By the end of last year, the clinic needed to accommodate its clientele in an independent facility, and since its opening, Ingram clinic has expanded services to four days a week.
Dr. Harris and the associates of San Antonio Eye Center perform preventative ophthalmic services, including complete eye exams and screenings for disease and degeneration. Digital imaging equipment allows his team to spot signs of developing eye conditions, and act swiftly to correct them with proper treatments and medications. As diabetes poses a growing concern among eye care specialists, all the physicians hold in-depth consultations for diabetic retinopathy, and can provide treatment to prevent its further progression. They also address treatable conditions such as conjunctivitis, dry eye and allergies.
The "full-service" claim San Antonio Eye Center and of Harris Optical lies in the clinic's range of services that span from contact lens, glasses, and sunglasses fittings to complex surgeries and laser procedures. Because of its larger facility and greater access to advanced equipment, Harris Optical welcomes entire families, offering pediatric ophthalmology in addition to adult eye care. As San Antonio residents sometimes must opt for eye surgeries at the San Antonio Eye Surgicenter, Harris Optical wants to inform all recovering surgery patients that they have a place for rehabilitation at the Ingram clinic.
About the company:
San Antonio Eye Center, P.A. has seven ophthalmologists, two optometrist and approximately 85 staff members. There are four San Antonio Eye Care Center locations (Downtown, Southside and Northside) plus two of their physicians see patients on the West side of town at Trinity Vision and two of their physicians see patients in Boerne. Most of their surgeries are preformed at their outpatient surgical facility, known as the San Antonio Eye Surgicenter, which is connected to the downtown clinic location. San Antonio Eye Center has nine optical departments to server their patients. For more information visit their website at http://www.saeye.com.