3 Important Reasons Triangle Residents Choose Park Ophthalmology

Vision is the key sense that humans use to experience the world. As the year turns to autumn, Triangle residents enjoy the beauty of maple trees, flowering dogwoods, and white oaks as they turn into a kaleidoscope of oranges, reds, tans, and yellows. Dr. Beth R. Friedland, who has been in practice in the Triangle for more than 30 years, wants all of her patients to experience the season’s change with the best possible vision. For that reason, her practice at Park Ophthalmology is a natural choice for those needing anything from a prescription for new lenses to major eye surgery for glaucoma and cataracts.

Dr. Beth R. Friedland points out three benefits of becoming a patient at Park Ophthalmology:  

  • Range of services: Park Ophthalmology treats the youngest to the oldest patients, welcoming children getting their first exam to the elderly with specialized vision needs. Dr. Friedland not only provides prescriptions for vision correction, but also is an experienced surgeon, offering small incision cataract surgery, glaucoma surgery and laser surgery. She also provides emergency eye treatments for injuries.
  • Convenient locations: With two offices in the Triangle, patients can choose the location nearest their home or work. The Durham office is adjacent to Research Triangle Park while the Raleigh location is just minutes from downtown. Additionally, Dr. Friedland performs surgeries at several local hospitals including Rex Healthcare, Duke Health, Raleigh Hospital, Wake Medical Center North, Wake Medical Center Cary and NC Specialty Hospital.
  • Experience: Through her work as a clinical associate professor at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Dr. Friedland keeps current on the latest research and medical developments in eye health. Her interests include ocular gerontology (treatment of the elderly), pediatric ophthalmology (treatment of infants and children), occupational eye safety and laser eye safety.

Don’t miss North Carolina’s vibrant seasonal changes because of vision problems. Park Ophthalmology’s professional staff is ready to help you with all your vision needs. Call today for an appointment with Dr. Friedland.

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Park Ophthalmology welcomes patients from all areas of the Triangle and offers a wide variety of specialized services including surgery for diseases of the eye, vision examinations, eye safety information, sports medicine protective eyewear and counseling, contact lenses and evaluation, and all types of ocular diagnosis and treatment. Many types of surgery are available, including cataract and laser surgery. We are here for you and your eye and overall health. Give us a call today!

This article about the vision care is brought to you by the professional team at Park Ophthalmology located in the Triangle Region of North Carolina.

The information contained in this blog article is intended solely for informational purposes and is not intended to be offered as medical advice.

Locations:

Park Ophthalmology

5306 NC Highway 55, Suite 102 (adjacent to the RTP/ Research Triangle Park)

Durham, NC 27713

Office: 919 544 5375

Fax: 919 544 5829

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Park Ophthalmology North

6512 Six Forks Road, Suite 105

Raleigh, NC 27615

919 846 6915

Office Manager Jenny Whitman, e-mail: jenny.brfeyecare@ncrrbiz.com.

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