We will be offering quality optometric services, an eyeglass selection that ranges from high-end designer lines to budget friendly packages and comprehensive contact lens services.
SCRANTON, PA, June 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Northeastern Eye Institute has announced plans to open a new office in the Triangle Plaza at 679 Kidder St., in Wilkes-Barre, the site of the former Pearle Vision Center. The space is now being renovated and the company expects to be open for business in early August.
NEI currently has offices at 141 S. Main Street and 500 Scott Street that they plan to merge into the one location. "We are proud to open a new center in Wilkes-Barre that will allow us to better serve our Luzerne County patients. This is a very exciting venture for Northeastern Eye Institute and one that shows our commitment to this market," said Thomas Boland, M.D., member of the NEI Board of Directors.
Doctors who will be practicing at the Kidder Street office include Gary Frank, O.D., Jerry Brown, O.D., and John Menzel, O.D., from the Main St. office and Lisa Toole, O.D., and Mary Ellen Judge, O.D., from the Scott St. office. "We will be offering quality optometric services, an eyeglass selection that ranges from high-end designer lines to budget friendly packages and comprehensive contact lens services," said Dr. Boland.
"We look forward to serving our current patients and we welcome patients from Pearle Vision Center to our new, conveniently located office," said Dr. Boland.
Northeastern Eye Institute, with 19 offices, is a leading provider of comprehensive eye care in Northeastern Pennsylvania offering regular eye exams, cataract, glaucoma, cornea, retina and LASIK services. NEI also recently launched laser cataract surgery, a revolutionary 3-D technology that provides advanced precision, making the procedure potentially safer and greatly reducing the need for eye glasses following cataract surgery. The Optical division of NEI was nominated as a finalist for the 2014 Regional Retailer of the Year award presented by Transitions Optical.
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