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Comparing Gainesville Eye Doctors

by Damion Wasylow 24 July 2017 13:08 PM
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One of the great things about our community is the access we enjoy to world-class healthcare. That extends beyond our hospitals to the local physicians who keep you healthy every day. Included in this is our area’s excellent selection of eye care practices. But with so many talented physicians to choose from, how can you select the best one for you?

Here are four criteria to consider when comparing Gainesville eye doctors…

1. Experience

Experience matters in most areas of life, and especially in healthcare. Experienced physicians have simply seen more, providing additional insights to diagnose and treat your vision needs. Dr. Gregory Snodgrass has been a practicing eye physician in our community for 30 years, and performed more than 20,000 successful cataract surgeries. He’s well known as one of the area’s finest ophthalmologists, and was even invited to join the prestigious International Association of Healthcare Professionals.

2. Services

A comprehensive eye care practice can treat the whole family, providing everything from regular eye exams and complete optical services to treatment of eye diseases and even eye surgery. North Florida Cataract Specialists and Vision Care provides patients access to the full scope of eye care services. While not every patient needs every service, many find it reassuring to know their eye doctor can continually care for their changing vision needs.

3. Facilities

Is your eye doctor’s office stuffy and uncomfortable, or modern and inviting? Most people prefer the latter. A great eye practice office should make you feel right at home, and also be equipped with state-of-the-art technology to provide you the best diagnosis and treatment. North Florida Cataract Specialists and Vision Care has three beautiful locations in Gainesville and Lake City, including our newest office on NW 8th Avenue and NW 43rd Street.

4. Staff

Just as important as the eye doctor him- or herself are the people who work with you from the moment you walk in the practice door. From the receptionist to your optometrist, it’s important to find a place where the staff goes out of their way to put your needs first. North Florida Cataract Specialists and Vision Care’s staff are happy to answer questions and explain your eye care options. You won’t find a more dedicated team anywhere.

If you’re looking for a new eye physician, or just want a second opinion on an existing diagnosis, we would love to meet you. Contact North Florida Cataract Specialists and Vision Care today at 352-373-4300.

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