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Discounted eye exams

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The Midwestern University Eye Institute, located at 19389 N. 59th Avenue in Glendale, has announced a revised pricing structure for eye examinations that lowers patient costs approximately in half, compared with traditional fees.

A comprehensive new-patient exam will cost $35, a significant savings over customary rates across the Valley. Many other patient costs will be similarly discounted, making the Eye Institute one of the Valley’s most affordable, yet complete, optometric facilities. The new reduced fee structure brings the Eye Institute in line with the equally affordable Midwestern University Dental Institute.

“Midwestern University is committed, not only to the future of health care, but also to serving our community by making health care more affordable and accessible today,” said Kathleen H. Goeppinger, president and CEO of Midwestern University. “Our goal is to provide our community with a local, affordable and comprehensive resource for quality health care.”

The state-of-the-art Eye Institute, one of the largest optometry clinics in the state of Arizona, includes 61 exam rooms, classrooms and specialty areas. The clinic also houses a full-featured optical retail center that offers a wide selection of eyeglasses and contact lenses at competitive prices.

Among the many services provided by the Eye Institute are: comprehensive eye exams; glasses and contact lens fittings; disease screenings; sports vision care and vision enhancement for athletes; low vision and rehabilitative vision services; pediatric care; and a 24-hour, on-call optometrist.

To make an appointment at a Midwestern University Clinic, telephone  623-537-6000.

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