Business Briefs for May 31, 2006
Summit Eye Care, located in Kamas, will open its doors this week.
Dr. Sargent performs annual eye exams and other routine tests. A thorough examination includes the observation of the internal and external structures of the eye. He also fits patients for glasses and contact lenses, and can diagnose, and co-manage eye diseases including glaucoma, cataracts, and retinal disorders.
Summit Eye Care will feature its own lab to adjust and edge lenses to fit in any chosen frame and many lenses can be done in as little as three days. The office has the ability to adjust frames, fix loose screws, add new nose pads and replace the temples for your glasses.
Owner Steven B. Sargent is a graduate of Pacific University School of Optometry and completed residency rotations in Hawaii, Utah, Colorado and Oregon. An Oakley native, he graduated from South Summit High School in 1994.
The office is located at 568 South Foothill Drive, Suite #5, adjacent to Leavitt Lumber. Hours of operation are Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Later appointments can be arranged upon request. Call 435-783-4114 to schedule appointments.
Freedom Chiropractic hosts open house
For all those interested in maternity health and well being, Freedom Chiropractic will host an open house on June 2, from noon to 2 p.m. in Park City. It will be held at 1441 Ute Blvd., suite #120, just Northwest of the Basin Recreation Center.
Licensed homebirth midwives, certified nurse midwives, certified birth doulas, HypnoBirthing educators, prenatal/postpartum counselors, hypnotherapists, lactation educators, infant massage educators and chiropractors will all be present to help you explore all of your birthing options.
Bob Marnick joins Comcast Spotlight
Bob Marnick has joined Comcast Spotlight as the Account Executive for Park City and Heber. He comes to Utah from Los Angeles where he also worked as an Account Executive for Comcast Spotlight. Prior to Joining Comcast Spotlight, Marnick was the Western Sales Engineer for Gruber Systems and was responsible for new business development for eight western states and western Canada.
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