Earlier this month, the team at Evergreen Eye Center hosted its REFRACTIVE RULES! continuing education event for community optometrists. One important way that Evergreen demonstrates its commitment to empowering, supporting and collaborating with local optometrists is by offering continuing education (CE) credits. The courses are accredited through COPE®. Evergreen doctors gave rousing talks about the … Continued

A large part of our core beliefs at Evergreen Eye Center is to give back to the community…and especially to those in need. Dr. Brice R Nicholson from Evergreen Eye Center recently traveled to Guatemala to provide charity care to the citizens of this Central American country. The trip was organized with the aid of … Continued

Regular checkups are an important part of maintaining healthy eyes and clear vision. If you’ve never worn glasses, you probably don’t make regular eye doctor visits a priority. Here’s a few reasons why you should. When should you see an eye doctor? Regardless of your vision, there are many other health reasons to visit an … Continued

Members from Evergreen’s executive leadership team — along with practice partner Dr. Robert A. Tester — lead sessions at the ASCRS-ASOA Symposium & Congress earlier this month in Los Angeles. This annual meeting offers educational opportunities for anterior segment specialists, practice managers and leadership professionals, as well as ophthalmic technicians and nurses. The first session, titled … Continued

  The team at Evergreen Eye Center were proud to attend the South Sound Go Red For Women Luncheon on Tuesday, April 25 at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma. Evergreen Eye Center also sponsored the event. The attendees toured the Health Expo, enjoyed a heart-healthy lunch and learned more about the Go Red For Women … Continued

Recently, our very own Dr. Robert A. Tester had the honor of being featured on a KING5 HealthLink segment. The story covered Evergreen Eye Center’s dropless cataract surgery. Traditional cataract surgery often requires multiple eye drops after surgery. These eye drops have to be applied for weeks by the patient. Sometimes the process can be … Continued

If you’ve ever hiked to the top of a mountain or welcomed a brand new baby into the world, you know those sights can take your breath away. The optometrists at Evergreen Eye Center want to help you protect your vision so you can keep witnessing expansive views, love at first sight and everything in … Continued

February isn’t just for love letters and Valentines, it is also National AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month. Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss among older Americans. It affects approximately 15 million Americans over the age of 50. What is macular degeneration? Macular degeneration is a loss of central vision. Central vision … Continued