Recent Examples of optometrist from the Web
Griffin's son, Dr. Allen Griffin, is an optometrist at the Liberty TSO and was raised in the home.
David Peltan, 97, of Bensalem, an optometrist who treated patients in Northeast Philadelphia for five decades, died Thursday, March 1, of an infection at Brookside Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center in Roslyn.
The center is staffed by a nurse practitioner, optometrist, and support staff, Jackson said.
Services will include medical exams and care, not just screenings, from area licensed health-care professionals, including physicians, dentists and optometrists, nurses and hygienists, said Bob Bostic, founder of Deliver the Difference.
There is a new optometrist's office on East 2nd Street, at least at first glance.
The business has been around and thriving since 1885, when it was started by two optometrists, Clairmont and Nichols (their full names are a mystery, as is the original location).
See your optometrist, and next time wear those darn glasses y'all!
According to the lawsuit, Steele is an optometrist at Trussville Vision Care.
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Definition of optometrist for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to examine people's eyes to find out if they need eyeglasses or medical treatment
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