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Santa Clara Vision Center can be found at Scott Blvd 1190. The following is offered: Laser Vision Correction. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In San Jose there are 9 other Laser Vision Correction. An overview can be found here.
Our Services - Santa Clara Vision Center
After serving 3 years as a Naval Optometric Medical officer, Dr. Portman became a partner at Santa Clara Vision Center. Dr. Portman received his postdoctorate training for the treatment of ocular pathology from U.C. Berkeley. He is fully California optometric board certified and licensed to diagnose and treat diseases of the eye.
I slept in my contacts one night and messed up my eye - couldn't see at all! I went to an Urgent Care Center right away, and the doctor seemed to have no idea about eye health and couldn't figure out what was wrong, even though I suggested I probably scratched something. After leaving me to do some "research," she told me that I might glaucoma, which is a very odd diagnosis for a 20-something. She gave me some drops, but my eye got worse.
I finally found the Santa Clara Vision Center on Yelp, and they were beyond helpful! They made me appointments over lunch (It was also my 3rd week of a new job), and worked around my less-than-fantastic insurance.
Most importantly, Dr. Neunzig gave me a correct diagnosis (scratched cornea) and adjusted my treatment to finally fix my eye, which had gotten pretty bad after the Urgent Care Center's incorrect diagnosis and treatment.
I can't recommend them enough! :)Morgan Rose Pershing, reference librarian, pitched for the replacement of dog-eared paperback books, new paperback spinning racks, and the purchase of a hundred copies of popular classics for academic use. Shanti Bhaskaran, literacy program supervisor, advocated for funds to enable the subscription of a newspaper for the library’s ESL Club and the sponsorship of family literacy events at local shelters. Mary Hanel, local history librarian, requested funds to microfilm vintage scrapbooks of the Santa Clara Fire Department and old issues of Santa Clara Vision, a discontinued newspaper published from August 1997 to January 1999. Erin Ulrich, program coordinator of youth services, wanted money for Barnes & Noble gift cards for this year’s TeenRead Summer Reading Program, award books for children who complete the Summer Reading Program, and new children’s DVDs. These were the nine proposals party attendees voted to allocate funds for, much to the joy of the staff members who promoted them.