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Monday, December 5, 2016

Local business event this week - Heinsight Eye CAre

The Huron Valley Chamber of Commerce is holding a ribbon cutting event this week during an
open house by Heinsight Eye Care. Dr. Marla Hayden is the new owner of Heinsight Eye Care, which was previously known as Heinsight Optical. Dr Hayden and her staff have made many changes to the practice, including a complete remodeling of the facility. Come and check out Heinsight's remodel and meet Dr. Hayden and staff. Open House from 5-7 p.m. and ribbon cutting at 5:30 p.m.

Dr. Hayden graduated from Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago in 1999.  During her last year in optometry school she worked at Omni Eye Specialists in Baltimore and the Detroit VA Hospital. She specializes in primary care optometry including treatment and management of vision disorders and ocular diseases such as dry eye. Think of Dr Hayden as your primary eyecare specialist. If she finds a disease or disorder that she can't treat, she will refer you to the appropriate specialist who can.  She also has extensive experience in fitting contact lenses,
including single vision, monovision,  bifocal, multifocal and Ortho K/CRT lenses.  
Dr. Hayden purchased Heinsight Optical in June of 2015 and is looking forward to the next phase of her career.  She has enjoyed exploring the Milford area and loves how genuine and caring the people of Milford are. Dr. Hayden grew up in Kansas, graduated from Kansas State University, and attended Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. She moved to Michigan with her husband after optometry school 17 years ago. She is a member of the Huron Valley Chamber of Commerce and attends The United Methodist Church in Fenton.

Event details:
Tuesday, December 6, 5 -7 p.m.
Open House/Ribbon Cutting
Heinsight Eyecare
304 W. Commerce, Milford


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curtis03 Lewis said...

I think that it’s very common in any workplace. We just had a meeting of the board in one of our corporate event venues San Francisco to discuss the change in board. I was not surprised. I think sometimes, change is a good thing. Happy New Year!